DIO: 'Stand Up & Shout' Video Anthology Due In June

According to Ronnie James Dio's official web site, DIO will be supporting TWISTED SISTER on Saturday, February 26 at the Tito Puente Amphitheater in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

In other news, look for "Stand Up & Shout", an anthology of all the DIO videos, to be released in the United States in June 2005.

As previously reported, DIO's new live album, "Evil or Divine: Live in New York City", will be released on February 22 on Spitfire Records. This is the companion CD to the DVD released in 2003.

The "Evil Or Divine" DVD was recorded on Dec. 13, 2002 at Roseland Ballroom in New York City and was directed by Ken Botelho for Century Productions. The DVD not only includes the full, unedited concert from that evening, but also contains an extensive interview with Ronnie James Dio, backstage scenes and the video for "Push", featuring TENACIOUS D.

Aside from singer Ronnie James Dio, the rest of the band lineup for this release is: Jimmy Bain (bass), Simon Wright (drums), Doug Aldrich (guitar), and Scott Warren (keyboards).


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