Dio

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Will Dio be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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Dio definitely deserves to be inducted, but the thing is rigged, so no heavy metal is allowed.

Posted by Mike on Tuesday, 08.29.06 @ 09:10am


Thats only half true. Black Sabbaths induction opened alot of doors for bands of the heavy metal genre. Ronnie James Dio has been in older bands before, and though the chances for induction of his own band is unlikely, the induction of Rainbow would be great! But hopefully Dio will be inducted one way or another.

Posted by BloodPump. on Sunday, 09.3.06 @ 22:19pm


Deserving? Certainly, but the system is sorta broken and biased...

Posted by Justin on Tuesday, 12.12.06 @ 20:23pm


Should he be inducted? Hell yes! Ronnie's got the strongest voice of any metal vocalist out there, though I know the only way he'd get in would be with Rainbow. But his chances are shit, you know he's gotta be The Last in Line for induction.....

Posted by EPN on Saturday, 04.14.07 @ 17:11pm


The band "Dio" itself? No. But RJD himself is very much deserving of a spot in the Hall

Posted by Creepozoid on Monday, 04.23.07 @ 01:17am


I believe Dio and Rainbow deserve to be inducted and should be right next to each other and yes I said the whole band of dio because they influenced a whole decade of metal integrating the use of medieval mythology, they had the powerful voice of RJD and the incredible guitar playing of Vivian Cambell despite him being in the band for only the first coulple of albums.

Posted by David on Friday, 08.10.07 @ 02:28am


I don't think he should be inducted as a solo artist, but now that it's been 27 years since Black Sabbath's Heaven & Hell album was released, the Dio line-up of Black Sabbath should already be in there. Not that I'm anti Ozzy or anything, but I think Dio has just as much right to be remembered as the voice of Black Sabbath as Ozzy does.

Posted by SabFan on Wednesday, 10.17.07 @ 00:51am


Another great metal act that will be passed over because the morons that run the place are biased against metal (and punk).

Posted by karl on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 03:36am


Biased against punk? Don't you mean progressive rock?

For Punk, see: REM, P. Smith, Clash, Blondie, Sex Pistols, Elvis Costello, Ramones, Talking Heads, Bowie, Velvet Underground.

For "Progressive", see: no one - well, may be Floyd.

But, where is Moody Blues, Rush, Jethro Tull, Yes, Crimson, Genesis, ELP, Styx, Kansas.....

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 06:04am


1) Everyone realises that prog is biased against already, and the hall isn't going to take any notice of your childlike protests. More like tantrums, really.

2) Plenty of important punk artists haven't been inducted.

Posted by liam on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 08:13am


Pointing out in a very factual manner the bias against progressive is not a tantrum - not sure where you pulled that one from.

Plus, as I have said, maybe there are some punk bands "left out", but there are at least more than a handful in now.

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 12:21pm


Yes, but your original comment seemed to deny that Punk is biased against.

Posted by liam on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 12:27pm


If you could decipher anything - I was pointing out the degree of bias. Obviosuly, punk is way ahead of progressive in terms of the # of bands in the hall. And, personally, I think many (not all) of the hall voters have a bias towards punk type bands. Which, naturally explains the bias against progressive, each genre often seen as diametrically opposed. In any event, I was pointing out DEGREE...

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 12:33pm


"Biased against punk? Don't you mean progressive rock?"

Not much for anyone to decipher

Posted by liam on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 12:41pm


Well, then stop bothering me with questions and clarifications....

Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 12:51pm


you both need to shut your mouth

Posted by wes on Monday, 12.31.07 @ 12:20pm


wes, we do not share a mouth!

"Biased against punk? Don't you mean progressive rock?

For Punk, see: REM, P. Smith, Clash, Blondie, Sex Pistols, Elvis Costello, Ramones, Talking Heads, Bowie, Velvet Underground."

See, you've grasped at 4 (maybe 5) straws in that list, and you've also failed to mention the plenty of other punk groups that aren't in yet:

Buzzcocks, Cure, Joy Division, New Order, Replacements, Husker Du, Stooges, Gang of Four, Magazine, Damned, Echo &.., Psychedelic Furs, Wire, Jam, Undertones...there's more.

My list tops your list, and you didn't even MENTION King Crimson (who deserve in over all the artists you mentioned).

Posted by liam on Tuesday, 01.15.08 @ 14:57pm


Guys, let's get back on track. We're not talking about punk or prog here. We're talking about DIO, in other words, Heavy Metal, which is far more important than any of your little bands/genres that you like to argue about.

Posted by Metalsmith on Tuesday, 01.15.08 @ 16:40pm


Rock'N'Roll without Dio is like the Bible without Jesus.

Posted by Metalsmith on Wednesday, 01.16.08 @ 10:32am


"We're talking about DIO, in other words, Heavy Metal, which is far more important than any of your little bands/genres that you like to argue about."

Do you enjoy being wrong? No one genre is more or less important than an other, unless it's either nu-metal, post-grunge or 90's and forward pop punk.

Posted by liam on Wednesday, 01.16.08 @ 11:42am


I may be blissfully wrong, but you just contradicted yourself. If all the genres are equal, what do you mean by "unless it's either nu-metal, post-grunge or 90s and forward pop punk?"

Posted by Metalsmith on Wednesday, 01.16.08 @ 12:00pm


Because, objectively, all those genres are almost complete piles of wank.

Posted by liam on Wednesday, 01.16.08 @ 12:38pm


Oh.

Posted by Metalsmith on Wednesday, 01.16.08 @ 13:44pm


Been to the Rock Hall of Fame in Cleveland. I'd rather have DVDs and CDs of those that are in my personal hall of fame.

Great bands and band members have to first acknowledge that it is their fans, and not some moronic group of clowns that decide who is deserving.

I'm kind of in the same boat as the Sex Pistols - who needs the Rock Hall of Fame to decide for me who is deserving?

Posted by subhuman on Wednesday, 02.27.08 @ 22:06pm


"For Punk, see:...Bowie"

Ahahahahahaha!!!! I'm so glad he's gone now.

Posted by Liam on Sunday, 03.2.08 @ 15:41pm


Ronnie James Dio will never see the HoF unless he buys a ticket. Dio or Rainbow cannot be inducted until Deep Purple is. And since that doesn't look like it will be happening anytime soon, Ronnie will need to buy a ticket.

Posted by Dameon on Friday, 04.4.08 @ 12:45pm


Good point, but Deep Purple will probably get inducted before Dio purchases a ticket from any mortal being. You don't sell your soul to rock'n'roll just to be told you're not invited to the Hall of Fame.

Posted by Metalsmith on Friday, 04.4.08 @ 15:55pm


dio should be in but there all buiest any barely any good metal getting in

Posted by the pac on Sunday, 06.1.08 @ 16:41pm


dio should be in but there all buiest any barely any good metal getting in

Posted by the pac on Sunday, 06.1.08 @ 16:41pm


Come on people,RJD's voice Is Maaagic!!He has influenced so many vocalists.The man is money!!Definetly belongs in the hall...

Posted by shadow07 on Tuesday, 07.15.08 @ 15:03pm


I think Dio should be in for Rainbow and Black Sabbath long before his solo things because I feel like the solo stuff is just a continuation of the previous works. Also, I think bands like Priest and Diamond Head need to be in before we can think about Dio.

Posted by Alex H on Sunday, 10.12.08 @ 01:27am


My favorite singer! One of the most powerful voices in the history of rock'n'roll! OF COURSE YES!

Posted by Child in Time 27 on Saturday, 12.20.08 @ 19:16pm


Dio can you hear me. I am lost and so alone. I'm asking for your guidence, won't you come down from your throne. I need an emconpadre who will teach me how to rock. My father thinks your evil but man he can suck a CHICKIN!

Posted by Mike on Wednesday, 12.24.08 @ 15:32pm


Holy Diver is one of the best heavy metal albums ever but the band Dio itself doesn't quite cut it. Ronnie should be in with Rainbow, though.

Posted by Randy on Saturday, 01.10.09 @ 23:34pm


thats because in order to be in the hall of fame it needs to be 25 years after your first recording and heavy metal has only been around for 20 years

Posted by de on Thursday, 01.15.09 @ 19:00pm


de - no disrespect intended, but you are not even close with Dio's career or the creation of Metal

Dio recorded his first song in 1958. Just thought you might like to know that. Ronnie and the Redcaps released the track Lover and a couple of others. He performed with other bands through the 60's and joined Blackmore's Rainbow along with other members of Elf in 1975. That was 34 years ago.

But thanks for playing.

Metal origination dates to Sabbath which was in the late 60's. That is over 40 years ago.

Posted by Dameon on Thursday, 01.15.09 @ 19:46pm


Ronnie James Dio was one of the most influential singer of all time. His voice his very powerful. I think Dio is alot like Iron Maiden. They both have thier songs based on horror. They both have taht high but low tone. If Dio goes in before Iron Maiden Bruce Dickinson should induct them and if Iron Maiden goes in besore Dio Ronnie James Dio should induct Iron Maiden. I don't listien to Dio as much as I do listien to Iron Maiden but my favorite Dio songs would be Holy Diver and Rainbow in the Dark.

Posted by Mike on Thursday, 02.19.09 @ 14:06pm


Dio will never be inducted into the RRHOF, I strongly agree with Daemon, IF Deep Purple were to get inducted WITH Richie Blackmore, then would he ( Blackmore ) even be able to be considered with Rainbow?
Dio is more popular over the seas than in the states. He has only had 3 best selling albums, and one greatest hits in all of his career ( solo ). I have never heard anyone other than Jack Black cite him as a influence. When Dio left Rainbow, Blackmore was able to take the band out of that " Dungeons and Dragon's " fantasy world that is Dio's trademark. I've heard people say he is a " Metal Icon ". Fact is, he did not get into metal until his short stint with Sabbath. There is nothing metal about his works pre Sabbath.

Posted by A.R. on Tuesday, 04.28.09 @ 20:26pm


Ronnie James Dio should be inducted with Rainbow(and he should have been inducted with Sabbath) not this band, they just are not worthy.

Posted by Dude Man on Saturday, 07.11.09 @ 19:36pm


Rock & Roll Jeopardy
Category: If They Collaborated

If Dio were to make an album withe Led Zeppelin, it would be called...'

What is "Houses Of The Holy Diver?"

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Friday, 07.24.09 @ 01:09am


Rock & Roll Jeopardy
Category: If They Collaborated
If Dio were to collaborate with Kermit The Frog, the result would be...

What is "Rainbow Connection In The Dark?"

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Friday, 07.24.09 @ 01:13am


Rock & Roll Jeopardy
Category: If They Collaborated

If Dio were to make an album with Steve Winwood were to make an album together, it would be called...

What is "Arc Of A Holy Diver?"

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Saturday, 07.25.09 @ 17:11pm


At first I thought yeah Dio is pretty good but they won't make it because the RN'R Hall of Fame never puts in metal. Soon Black Sabbath went in and later Metallica. I would not be surprised if Dio went in and Slayer.

Posted by Mike on Saturday, 09.12.09 @ 19:51pm


"RN'R Hall of Fame never puts in metal"- Mike

That's not really true. Albeit there are some huge metal bands missing(Deep Purple, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, etc.), the hall does have several metal bands:
-Led Zeppelin
-AC/DC
-Black Sabbath
-Metallica
-Van Halen

Dio won't get in and the band most likely isn't HoF worthy(Dio is a band, not the person). Though I think Rainbow do deserve induction, but they will never get in any way. Slayer won't get in either. Thier music was too far out to be accepted by the commitee.

Dio's current guitarist, Craig Goldy, I believe is in Budgie right now.

Posted by Dude Man on Saturday, 09.12.09 @ 20:09pm


DIO more than needs to be put in. There already is a sideman category, so for DIO a new category is needed, Frontman. A dominant frontman is something that is sometimes overlooked, and he has more than proven that with his resumee of being a frontman whether launching Rainbow,continuing in the evolution of Black Sabbath, having a prominent solo career or forgingon with Heaven and Hell. We also cannot forget Elf, because most of us would not be aware of their existence without him My suggestion as to who should induct him should be Jack Black who has been influenced by DIO, and expect to see Tony Iommi playing at the induction ceremony with a possible appearance by Ritchie Blackmore. But first put in the artist who has more than earned this honor by being a performer who has given a lot to this profession for at least the last four to five decades, and can still bring it vocally and creatively in his late 60's.

Posted by pc on Sunday, 11.15.09 @ 16:40pm


Ronnie James Dio was recently diagnosed with cancer. Lets hope he can get well soon.

Posted by Dude Man on Tuesday, 12.1.09 @ 19:01pm


The Very Beast of Dio is essential listening for any hard rocker/metalhead. I'm not sure whether the band deserves it, but there are far worse choices. However, reasons why it won't happen anytime soon:
1. Two words: Big draw. Even if Ronnie agreed to perform AND played with Vivian Campbell, how many people would really be interested in watching it?
2. Dameon nailed it, as always. Rainbow will probably have to be inducted for Dio to have a real chance (not sure about how deserving Rainbow is), and in order for Rainbow to have a chance Deep Purple will have to be inducted first (should have been in the moment they were eligible), and that won't happen any time soon, if ever, since their window of opportunity has pretty much closed.
3. Ronnie, in my opinion, should've been in with Sabbath. I know most people consider the original line-up to be the only lineup, but he was there for three albums with Tony and Geezer (one album with Bill Ward) so he absolutely qualifies. Great singer. If the Hall couldn't recognize him there, why would they recognize the band.
4. Would they really bother to come and perform if they were inducted? That's something the Hall looks for.
5. Since Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, Motorhead, Priest, Maiden and Ozzy solo (the main giants of hard rock and metal still left) haven't even been nominated yet, there's little chance of them remembering Dio when the above acts deserve it much more.

It would be nice if it happened, but don't hold your breath. Dude Man: He's doing well. Heaven and Hell have shows scheduled for this year, so I think he's getting better.

Posted by Sam on Thursday, 02.4.10 @ 18:31pm


Good stuff Sam, good to have you on board. It's about time a forum about what is supposed to be the 'Rock and Roll'(but ignores rock for the most part) Hall of Fame, has conversations about actual Hard Rock and Metal bands. Most of the time when I visit this site the conversation is anything but Rock music, stuff like "I hope the Back Street Boys get in" or I'm glad ABBA got in the hall of fame" or "Frank Sinatra influenced rock music" what a joke.

Now regarding the Master of Hard Rock and Heavy Metal vocals, Mr. Ronnie James Dio, he himself should be inducted for his legendary contribution to Hard Rock and Heavy Metal, for all the years of incredible music he has performed for us. The mans entire existence is about rock music and he has never faltered, have you heard the 'Heaven and Hell' album 'The Devil You Know'? it is amazing. Of coarse the snobs at the hall feel this music is below their intellect, what do they know. It took those morons ten years to induct the greatest Heavy Metal band EVER! Black Sabbath, well F#*K those A-Holes!

You're right, Deep Purple should be in, along with Rush, Alice Cooper, Judas Priest, Kiss, Iron Maiden, UFO, Grand Funk Railroad, Megadeth, and Scorpions (who by the way are releasing one more album 'Sting of the Tail' doing a world tour and then riding off into the sunset).

But, like you said, "Don't hold your breath." Actually you should, because the stench coming out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Lame from all it's bulls@#t is overwhelming.

SpaceTrucker
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Posted by SpaceTrucker on Thursday, 02.4.10 @ 20:38pm


Yes. As should Motorhead, Venom, Slayer, Anthrax, Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Hawkwind, and Rainbow could be the roots of power metal. As I said, though, Ronnie should have gone in with Sabbath.

Now playing: "Karmacoma" by Massive Attack.

Posted by Sam on Saturday, 02.6.10 @ 16:06pm


He's had a solo career, been with Black Sabbath and Rainbow. He desrves to be in.

Posted by GFW on Saturday, 05.15.10 @ 05:53am


R.I.P.

Ronnie James Dio

...should have been inducted with Black Sabbath, should probably be inducted with Dio as well.

Posted by Steve Z on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 14:14pm


Ronnie James Dio died earlier today. RIP.

Posted by Scott on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 14:55pm


RIP Ronnie James Dio

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 19:41pm


RIP Ronnie James Dio

Needs to be in the hall somehow.

Posted by Ray on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 20:24pm


RIP Ronnie James Dio

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 20:48pm


one of the great singers of all time. he will be missed by all rock fans. RIP Ronnie

Posted by Brian on Sunday, 05.16.10 @ 21:26pm


RIP RJD

Cliff and Dime just got a singer.

Posted by Dean on Monday, 05.17.10 @ 07:10am


Shockingly, Dean and I agree that this man was a legend. RIP Ronnie; hope you enjoy being united with your old friend Cozy Powell. One big hard rock: John Bonham, Keith Moon, Cozy Powell (they trade drum parts), dueling bass solos between Cliff Burton and John Entwistle, Jimi, Dime and Randy trading parts, and Freddie Mercury, Ronnie, Bon Scott and Kevin DuBrow working and writing together. Should be interesting.

Posted by Sam on Tuesday, 05.18.10 @ 21:43pm


Rainbow, Black Sabbath, and DIO. Tremendous impact, great music, incredible voice & shows. No Hall? You guys really don't know what you are talking about. I love the fact that you recognize some great people that didn't have commercial success, but you've got to recognize poeple that you don't understand. DIO, Heart, Kiss, Joan Jett, Moody Blues, Jethro Tull, Rush, ....come on guys get with the program.

Posted by WiMP on Wednesday, 05.19.10 @ 21:32pm


R.I.P Ronnie you were a rock legend and you will be missed.
LONG LIVE ROCK ABD ROLL !!

Posted by Kim on Thursday, 05.20.10 @ 06:32am


RIP DIO We will miss you terribly.
I didn't realize how much music there was until, I started to listen to it. The man is so talented
it is unbelievable. There will never will be anyone
like him again. YES!! He should be in the Hall of
Fame some how, but somehow. He is the most
influential singer metal has or will ever have.

Posted by cynthia on Monday, 05.24.10 @ 23:08pm


But, where is Moody Blues, Rush, Jethro Tull, Yes, Crimson, Genesis, ELP, Styx, Kansas.....


Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, 10.28.07 @ 06:04am

I was with you until you said Styx and Kansas. What exactly have they done to be worthy?

Posted by Sam on Saturday, 05.29.10 @ 13:31pm


The man started his career in 1957 and passed in 2010. the rock hall needs to Do the math and the answer if Ronnie James Dio deserves to be in. \m/ PIP RJD

Posted by C-los on Saturday, 06.5.10 @ 13:49pm


Ronnie James Dio deserves to be inducted, IMHO, but as a member of Black Sabbath (or perhaps Rainbow) rather than for his solo work. He had a voice, but was Dio anything groundbreaking? If it was--and I mean this sincerely--please feel free to enlighten me.

Rock in peace, Mr. Dio. If there's a rock and roll heaven...

Posted by Joe on Saturday, 06.5.10 @ 21:54pm


The consensus here seems to be that Ronnie James Dio--the singer--deserves to be in the Hall in some form, but Dio--the band--does not on its own merits. Does this seem about right?

Unfortunately, since Dio was in effect RJD's solo act, the only way for that to happen would be either a.) Black Sabbath to be re-inducted to include RJD, b.) Rainbow to be inducted, or c.) RJD to be inducted as a sideman. The latter seems injust, and anyway none of these seem likely.

Posted by Joe on Saturday, 06.5.10 @ 22:08pm


No I wouldn't say Dio the band was groundbreaking, as either Rainbow or Iron Maiden (or maybe Uriah Heep) invented power metal. However, because of Ronnie's great voice and how influential he's been I'd like to see him inducted someday (though it won't really matter now that he's dead.) I wish he had been inducted with Sabbath, as you can't re-induct a band. The best shot would be Rainbow being inducted. However, as was briefly discussed Deep Purple would have to get in first, and as that won't be happening for a long time it'll be a long time before we see Rainbow inducted, if ever.

Posted by Sam on Sunday, 06.6.10 @ 15:27pm


The huge impact RJ Dio have not only on metal but all of rock and roll can easily be recreated: clench your fist, then raise the index- and little finger.

Then go to -any- concert with -any- band just remotely resembling rock and roll, and check if you will see that gesture.

I don't think you can possibly get more influential than that.

Posted by Lundin on Saturday, 08.13.11 @ 18:45pm


Yes, he deserves a spot. Talent wise, probably the greatest voice in metal/hard rock in terms of power and range. Memorable with Rainbow, and the best singer for Sabbath. Heaven and Hell is Black Sabbaths best song. Plenty of success on his own with Dio, with the classic Holy Diver. Nobody sounded more wicked.

Posted by Eddie Dobzanski on Friday, 12.2.11 @ 21:21pm


i like bands like KISS AC/DC WHITESNAKE IRON MAIDEN BUT DIO BEATS ALL FOUR OF THEM BUT WHEN I MEAN DIO I MEAN HIM HISELF NEVER MIND THE ODDS

Posted by Cade on Friday, 12.16.11 @ 16:24pm


When I think of Hall of Fame, whether its sports or music or whatever, I think talent. Dio was possesed with so much power and range in his vocals that he should have been inducted while he was alive. Im mainly a hard rock guy, but when you think of some of metals great singers, like Dio and Dickinson, you wonder what the criteria is to get in. Success with Rainbow followed by great solo success and Black Sabbath

Posted by Eddie Dobzanski on Thursday, 12.29.11 @ 22:34pm


Following up on what Sam and others said about Rainbow. I was a huge Rainbow fan as Blackmore became my favorite guitarist. Critics always gave them high marks and they built a rep as a live act. The commercial success they had later, particularly with Turner on vocals, simply wasnt enough.

Posted by Eddie Dobzanski on Thursday, 12.29.11 @ 22:49pm


Who the F**K dosen't like dio he rocks !!!!!

Posted by Norbert on Friday, 04.27.12 @ 00:59am


next to black sabbath dio he really deserves it

Posted by Robert Plant on Sunday, 06.10.12 @ 07:51am


Yes,absolutely. Dio [The late Ronnie James Dio,Vivian Campbell,Vinny Appice,Jimmy Bain,Claude Schell,and Craig Goldy] have been increadibly influential on heavy metal, with the classic Holy Diver album to their name.

Posted by Mr.Stone on Sunday, 12.23.12 @ 21:25pm


Randy Newman is getting into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but Dio continues to be snubbed. Just... wow. Epic troll, R&RHoF guys.

Posted by Derp on Tuesday, 04.9.13 @ 10:33am


It's never going to happen, and that is a grevious sin. Dio is one of the two greatest heavy metal frontmen ever, along with Halford. Real influence among real people extends far wider than most of the artists in the Hall.

Posted by Sunking278 on Wednesday, 04.24.13 @ 06:57am


Sunshine Superman-Donovan 1966
Sunset Superman-Dio 1987

Don't Talk To Strangers-Rick Springfield 1982
Don't Talk To Strangers-Dio 1983

Naked in The Rain-Crosby & Nash 1975
Naked in The Rain-Dio 1987

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Friday, 09.20.13 @ 23:37pm


The RRHOF has dragged its feet on Dio's nomination & induction. Now the great Ronnie James Dio has died from his cancer. A real shame. What a powerful vocalist. Loved when he sang We Rock & The Last In Line.

One of the pioneers of heavy metal respected by many of the great RRHOF inductees. The ultimate singer's singer's who stayed true to metal. Will miss his incredible voice.Hopefully,his recent death will bring attention to his incredible catalogue of songs. RRHOF worthy. KING

Posted by KING on Friday, 02.14.14 @ 18:43pm


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