If you happen to have some photos of yourself alongside the legendary Ronnie James Dio, the producers of the upcoming career-spanning documentary on the iconic singer’s life would love to see them.
The producers say in a statement: “While Ronnie’s music changed many of our lives, he was forever grateful to the fans who helped him achieve his dreams. We think the best way to honor that special bond is to include your photos with the man himself. Dig into those old boxes because we are looking for photos from all decades.”
Upload your photo to diodocumentary.com.
The documentary is the first about Dio to be fully authorized by the artist’s estate. BMG is both financier and executive producer of the film.
Ronnie James Dio passed away of stomach cancer on May 16, 2010. He was 67.
Dio’s upcoming autobiography, titled “Rainbow In The Dark: The Autobiography”, will be available on July 27 via Permuted Press. It was written with longtime friend and esteemed music writer Mick Wall, who took over the project after Ronnie passed away.
— Official Dio (@OfficialRJDio) June 15, 2021