VINNY APPICE's Wife Joins 'The Dio Message Board'

Justine Appice, wife of legendary drummer Vinny Appice (BLACK SABBATH, DIO), has been named "chief interviewer" for "The Dio Message Board". By using her knowledge and contacts in the industry acquired over the years, she has been able to secure some no-holds-barred interviews. Most recently she has interviewed Bobby Blotzer (RATT), Frank Marino, James Kottak (SCORPIONS, ex-KINGDOM COME), Carmine Appice (VANILLA FUDGE, BLUE MURDER, OZZY OSBOURNE), Carlos Cavazo (QUIET RIOT) and Jimmy Bain (DIO, RAINBOW).

"The Dio Message Board" administrator "Warlord" commented, "We are honored to have someone such as Justine on board for us. In the time she has been interviewing for us, she has excelled herself and asks the questions to the musicians that the fans really want to know, she is a great interviewer."

Justine Appice's interviews can be found at www.diomessageboard.com in the "Don't Talk to Strangers" forum (free registration required).

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