The widow of late rocker RONNIE JAMES DIO is keeping his music legacy alive - she's planning to release his autobiography in 2012.
The heavy metal singer/songwriter lost his battle with stomach cancer in May (10), aged 67, and now, six months later, Wendy Dio has confirmed she reveal all about her late husband's rise to fame and his time with bands Dio, Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell and Elf in a new tome.
She tells MetalHammer.co.uk, "The book is three-quarters written. I’m gonna finish it. I have a book deal already. I have to finish it by June, and it will come out in early 2012."
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