Artist bio: In part fantasy, part weaver of magic, part willow the wisp: Candice Night. For 15 years she has been entwining lyrics based on legend with reflections of ourselves in her words set to music to transport the listener to another realm. She is emulated by children, young mothers, and all women young at heart throughout Europe, Asia, and North America.
This international recording star was born and raised on Long Island, New York, and is often dubbed “one of the most beautiful women in the world” by the international media. She is frequently identified as a mix of Karen Carpenter’s voice and a young Stevie Nicks, for her flowing skirts, but her ethereal voice and lyrics are all her own. As well as being a solo artist, Candice Night is front woman for the band Blackmore’s Night.
Candice is not only a singer and very prolific songwriter, she also plays a number of medieval instruments including shawm, cornamuse, rauschpfeife, pennywhistle, and chanters to name a few.
Over the course of 7 studio albums, much critical acclaim and accolades, and many tours around the planet she can also be heard as guest vocalist for Helloween’s 1st ever duet on their CD Keeper Of The 7 Keys on their hit song Light The Universe; with Tarja of Nightwish on Promises Under The Rain; with Glenn Hughes in The Story Of Aina and on The Infinity Project. She also sang on the latest William Shatner CD, on his version of Space Oddity being released in Summer 2011.
Those who have delighted in her performances include Sarah Brightman, Bea Arthur, Cuba Gooding Jr, Frank Zander, and Hugh Jackman.
There are many facets to this extremely talented performer, and these are projected throughout her first solo project entitled Reflections. She wrote all the music and lyrics on this album.
See inside the mystery that is Candice Night, a reflection, perhaps, of yourself. Allow yourself a chance to get lost in the passions, the mysteries, the ever changing kaleidoscope of the Night - reflected in her vocals, her lyrics and her music...