Reviewed by: Roger Scales
When Ritchie Blackmore left Deep Purple for what would be the final time in 1993, he decided to resurrect Rainbow for a three year period from 1994-1997. The band recorded one album Stranger In Us All (1995) and toured off and on pretty much right up until 1997 when Blackmore together with his partner Candice Night formed the Renaissance influenced Blackmore’s Night and have had success with that project right up to today. Read more
Blackmore’s Night have announced a handful of tour dates in support of their latest release Autumn Sky with a stop in Boston on May 19th at the Berklee Performing Arts center. (Tickets available here).
Blackmore’s Night is the fantasy art inspired folk rock band created by the legendary guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his wife Candice Night.
Check out the video below to get an idea of what to expect from the show, it’s equal parts medieval minstrel, rockin ren faire and fantasy all delivered on one stage:
Not in Boston, never fear, here are some additional tour dates:
May 13 – Queens World Cafe Live – Wilmington, DE
May 14 – Sherman Theater – Stroudsburg, PA
May 19 – Berklee Performing Arts – Boston, MA
May 21 – Tarrytown Music Hall – Tarrytown, NY
May 22 – Bolton Center – Bayshore, NY
For ticketing info or more on Blackmore’s Night visit the official website here.