Former RAINBOW Members Pay Tribute To RONNIE JAMES DIO On 'Shockwaves Skull Sessions'

May 26, 2010

The 36th installment of the "Shockwaves Skull Sessions" podcast features original RAINBOW/ELF bassist Craig Gruber and returning guest and former RAINBOW bassist Bob Daisley joining host Bob Nalbandian for a very special tribute to the late Ronnie James Dio. Both Bob and Craig share some great stories and memories about Ronnie as they discuss the golden days of ELF and RAINBOW throughout the decade of the '70s and also Craig's involvement with BLACK SABBATH in 1979 during the writing of the "Heaven And Hell" record.

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