Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Premiere New Song, “The Storm”

Originally recorded by Blackmore's Night—the guitarist's folk-oriented project with Candace Night—the track follows the group's recent re-recording of "Black Sheep of the Family."
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Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow have premiered a new song, "The Storm." 

Originally recorded by Blackmore's Night—the guitarist's folk-oriented project with Candace Night—for their 2001 album, Fires at Midnight, the track follows the group's recent re-recording of "Black Sheep of the Family," which appeared on the band's self-titled 1975 debut album.

"Black Sheep of the Family" itself was originally recorded by London prog-rock band Quartermass, and released on their own self-titled debut album—which came out in 1970. 

These two tracks follow last year's "Waiting for a Sign," the band's first single in 22 years, and a bonus track on their 2018 live album, Memories in Rock II.

For more on Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, stop by ritchieblackmore.info.

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