“Dio: Dreamers Never Die” hit theaters September 28th, and Ronnie James Dio’s wife and manager Wendy Dio, SiriusXM personality & longtime friend Eddie Trunk, and filmmakers Don Argott and Demian Fenton share all kinds of amazing stories about the legend that is Ronnie James Dio, and what it took to make this documentary about his life and influence. Wendy remembers Dio joining and leaving Rainbow, joining and leaving Black Sabbath, and then finally starting his own band. She recalls moving West to California, mortgaging their house to pay for “Holy Diver,” the first Dio album and tour, and the circumstances surrounding the Hear N’ Aid benefit concert of 1986. Wendy and Eddie explain what inspired the Dio horns, Dio’s unwavering commitment to and love for his fans, and what people might be surprised to discover about the metal icon after watching “Dio: Dreamers Never Die.”
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