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"I'm glad we'd had Ronnie James Dio (ex-Rainbow) in the band because Heaven & Hell was one of the best albums we ever did."
I understand the economics behind last year's European tour by the hologram of one-time Black Sabbath singer Ronnie James Dio and the recently announced holographic resurrection of Roy Orbison.
His nearly four-decades-long solo career began when he was kicked out of Black Sabbath for allegedly being unreliable and replaced with Ronnie James Dio.
As the former events manager, Roger has seen some big names at the centre - David Bowie, Alice Cooper ("lovely man, great backstage") Manic Street Preachers, Elton John, Robert Palmer, and Ronnie James Dio ("one of the best sets I've seen") were some of the names that came up.
A Ronnie James Dio hologram is currently on a world tour with his surviving bandmates.
Others claim it was made famous by Rainbow, Black Sabbath and Dio rocker Ronnie James Dio.
Perhaps if Blackmore's wife, Candice Night, enjoyed herself on backing vocals as much as her man in black and the audience seemed to do, then perhaps she'll encourage Ritchie to semi-permanently rekindle the spirit of one of Ronnie James Dio's most anthemic songs: Long Live Rock 'n' Roll.
...if this is the Blackmore ever gig like this, go down in rock as a one-off It was quite remarkable listening to Romero as he took every challenge in his stride, be it accepting the pioneering might of the Ian Gillan and David Coverdale eras of Deep Purple, or the Ronnie James Dio, Graham Bonnet and Joe Lynn Turner versions of Rainbow.
With two former members of NWOBHM legends Angel Witch in their ranks and a hot shot vocalist spoken in the same breath as the great Ronnie James Dio and with a buzz building around a newly album recorded what could possibly go wrong for Tytan?
"We found ourselves referencing the vibe on Heaven And Hell with Ronnie James Dio and the vibe that underpins Led Zeppelin IV.
Drugs and booze were hitting the band, particularly singer Ozzy Osbourne, hard and it was time for a drastic change -- and ditching Osbourne for Ronnie James Dio certainly qualified as drastic.