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Ronnie James DIO documentary Dreams Never Die premiered at Hollywood, CA  at TCL Chinese Theater

 Influential, a legend, a powerful voice is some of the references for Ronnie James DIO vocals. The documentary premiered on September 20, 2022. It was produced by Don Argnott and Sheena Joyce for 9.14 pictures and released by Trafalgar Entertainment.

There will be a There will be a Two-day only event in Cinemas World Wide on September 28 and October 2 Presented by BMG and Trafalgar Entertainment.

There was the red carpet that featured: Wendy, Lita Ford, Joey Belladonna (Anthrax),Eddie Trunk, Patrick Stone (Budderside), Sean McNabb (Lynch Mob), Marc Ferrari (Keel, Cold Sweat), Robert Sarzo ( Hurricane), Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy, Quiet Riot), Doug Aldrich, Tony Franklin (bass player), Simon Wright, Vinny Appice, Alex Grossi (Quiet Riot), Brent Woods (Sebastian Bach), Doug Aldrich, Ricky Warwick, Dug Pinnick (King’s X) Miljenko Matijević (Steel Heart) and the producers of the film Don Argnott and Sheena Joyc,. Also on the carpet were Timo Nunez (Flamenco Dancer), Mary O’Brien (Daughtry), Dan Lilker (Nuclear Assault), Nikki Stringfield (The Iron Maidens), Slim Jim Phantom (The Stray Cats).

The movie starts with his childhood at Cortland , New York including when he started to play the trumpet at 5 years old and how he got started in music. Includes interviews with Wendy DIO, ex-band mates from his first band and old recordings to Deep Purple’s Roger Glover, his cousin David “Rock” Feinstein, Eddie Trunk, Sebastian Bach, Black Sabbath’s Tony Imoni, Bill Ward, Geezer Butler, Dan Lilker (Nuclear Assault) Photographers Gene Kirkland and John Harrel,  Lita Ford, Craig Goldy, Rudy Sarzo, Jack Black, Vinny Appice, Vivian Campbell and Record Producer Wyn Davis .

Features video footage’s of his first bands, to forming Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow to Black Sabbath to putting DIO band together, footage in the studios and for Black Sabbath reunion ending the movie to his death from Stomach Cancer.

They are funny moments and of course sad moments. Overall this is must see film and all involved thank you!

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