WENDY DIO To Appear 'Humanity Thru Music' Charity Concert
Wendy Dio, wife/manager of legendary heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio, will hit the green carpet in support of Humanity Thru Music on Saturday, November 6 in Hollywood, California. Dio joins other celebrity guests — actress/photographer Shari Belafonte, "Lost" producer Paul Dini, actor Tyler Mane (who played Michael Myers in the first two "Halloween" movies) and many more — who will take part in a concert and dinner in support of building a no-kill animal sanctuary in California. Iconic radio personality Jim Ladd, of KLOS, has joined on to host this year's concert event and will also walk the green carpet. Ladd will start the night out on the carpet and end the night rockin' us out to the combined forces of former YES and TOTO founding members' new project YOSO in a montage that was 30 years in the making.
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