DIO – “Finding the Sacred Heart Live in Philly 1986” Releases On May 28th, Via Eagle Rock Entertainment


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Finding The Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986 was recorded at The Spectrum in Philadelphia on 17 June 1986 during the second leg of the “Sacred Heart” tour, which featured new guitarist Craig Goldy. The show was issued in an edited form first on VHS and then DVD. Now for the first time the full concert is being released as a double CD in the original running order and with remastered sound. It’s an extraordinary live show with a giant animatronic dragon towering over the stage and spectacular lasers and pyrotechnics. Ronnie James Dio is in fine voice as ever and the band deliver a blistering live performance featuring tracks from their first three albums alongside Black Sabbath and Rainbow classics. This will be a must-have release for any Dio fan!

Finding The Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986 will also be released on DVD, Blu-ray and LP.

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DIO – Band Lineup On Finding The Sacred Heart – Live In Philly 1986:

Ronnie James Dio – Vocals

Jimmy Bain – Bass

Vinny Appice – Drums

Craig Goldy – Guitar

Claude Schnell – Keyboards

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(Source: Eagle Rock Entertainment)

For more info, click on the links below!

facebook: The Official Ronnie James Dio Fan Page

http://www.ronniejamesdio.com

http://www.eagle-rock.com

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LONG LIVE THE LEGACY OF DIO.

REST IN PEACE, RONNIE JAMES DIO.

Stone.

4 Responses to “DIO – “Finding the Sacred Heart Live in Philly 1986” Releases On May 28th, Via Eagle Rock Entertainment”

  1. I was at this concert and it was bloody brilliant! I only wish they made this DVD five years earlier, then I wouldn’t have had to rely on memory when I wrote about it in my book.

  2. Listening to Dio with Sabbath earlier today. What a voice. This should be great to see and listen to.

  3. Coverdale Says:

    I remember going to see Dio in Support of that album in 1987! What a great show, Megadeth opened for him too!

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