Ronnie James Dio unleashed one of his most ambitious concepts on March 21, 2000 with 'Magica.'
Comedy duo Tenacious D beat out Mastodon, Anthrax, Motorhead and Slipknot to win the Best Metal Performance Grammy.
It's official: Stevie Nicks is not a witch. If she was, she'd have used her magic to defeat Dio in the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame semifinals.
Such is the nature of the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame that we often get disparate acts pitted against each other.
They both made it through the first round, and now Stevie Ray Vaughan and Dio will have to battle each other for a spot in the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame.
Now that cover of 'War Pigs' sorta makes sense.
The contestants in our next bracket of Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame balloting have far more in common alliteratively than they ever did on record.
Dio's second album was released on July 2, 1984.
Hardees and Carl's Jr. are using Dio's 'Eat Your Heart Out' in a new ad.
Hear the original versions of the Dio, Rainbow and Black Sabbath songs being covered on the upcoming Ronnie James Dio tribute album 'This is Your Life.'