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For nearly a decade, guitar legend Ritchie Blackmore, charismatic vocalist Candice Night and their fellow band of minstrels have crafted an enchanting renaissance/folk/rock sound that has earned them the devotion of fans around the globe. Now for the first time ever, audiences can enjoy the magic of Blackmore's Night performing holiday songs.

Forged by a common love of Renaissance and Middle Age music, former Deep Purple/Rainbow guitarist Ritchie Blackmore co-founded Blackmore's Night with vocalist Candice Night in 1997. Over the course of five high internationally charting studio albums-four gold records, awarded the Number One Vocal album of the year for two of their releases, music video awards, several live and compilation releases, and many sold- out tours around the planet, they have truly perfected their signature blend of renaissance and folk music with an effective rock and roll flourish. 2006 found the group being aired with their DVD ‘Castles and Dreams” on a one hour special for the fund drive at WLIW and PBS stations throughout the USA.

This will continue throughout 2007.The spin off single from their DVD-”Christmas Eve ”charted on the Billboard AC charts last year at number 37-and the original version of Wish You were Here was number one in Europe for 7 months. We have included both of these Holiday songs on the new Blackmore's Night holiday album 'Winter Carols."

So, if you would like to win one of these terrific new CDs, and you think you know all there is to know about guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his Rainbow music, just answer this easy question: Rainbow's album, and the title track therein, 'Difficult To Cure' was an arrangement of which of Beethoven's works?!

Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before December 31st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: BLACKMORES NIGHT CD to:

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