RONNIE JAMES DIO Talks About His UFO Sighting; Video Available

A short clip from a major interview with Ronnie James Dio (HEAVEN AND HELL, BLACK SABBATH, RAINBOW, DIO), to be published in the 2009 edition of Top Secret magazine (due in April), can be viewed below. The Dio interview, which was conducted a number of years ago, comes side by side with a major article about UFO opinions, reports etc., by well over 30 rockers in hard rock and metal bands.

Top Secret's Michael Eriksson says: "The article is the result of me having asked rockers for well over 20 years about this particular subject as I have conducted interviews, and the Dio clip here is one that we caught on film as well (so it represents this article well)."

He adds, "Top Secret is a new magazine for me, most of it in Swedish, some stuff in English (Tarja Turunen, DEEP PURPLE and Christa Faust). The Dio/UFO articles are in Swedish."

Top Secret is an annual magazine for collectors.

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