Ronnie James Dio – gone but not forgotten
  • I first heard Dio with Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow on songs like “Catch The Rainbow” and later on one of my all-time favourite albums, Black Sabbath’s Heaven and Hell. Since then I’ve seen him many times live with Dio and Heaven & Hell and to learn today that he’s gone is almost like having a piece of your identity obliterated. It was like that with Kurt Cobain and John Martyn, like that when The Mission stopped touring but then ….

    “nothing’s in the past, it always seems to come again”

    Ronnie James Dio 1942-2010 ev


    May 17th, 2010 | admin | No Comments |

About The Author

Sean Woodward is a British artist, writer and musician who stands at the crossroads between technology and the arts, between the supernatural and the mundane, the light and the dark. His art is collected internationally and his essays, fiction and poetry have been published in a number of international publications. He is the author of Keys to the Hoodoo Kingdom, Erzulie of the Deep, The Grimoire of ZAL and co-author of The Infernal Faces of Hekate. Vudutronix: Selected Art, Essays & Lectures, Archonix: The Chronicles of Leng and Keys to the Inner Kingdom are forthcoming.

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