BLACK SABBATH's IOMMI Out And About In London

December 7, 2005

BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi's official web site has been updated with the following message:

"Tony was in London this week to attend a special evening for former IRON MAIDEN drummer Clive Burr at the Hard Rock Café. Clive donated his drum kit from the Beast on the Road tour to the Hard Rock and in return received a £10,000 donation from the Hard Rock towards his treatment for multiple sclerosis. The event, which also coincided with the launch of the Hard Rock's new DVD 'Hard Rock Treasures' (which includes an interview with Tony),was also attended by Bruce Dickinson, Adrian Smith and Janick Gers from IRON MAIDEN as well as DEEP PURPLE's Ian Paice and members of GIRLSCHOOL.

"Tony also stopped by the Planet Rock radio studios where he chatted to the station's Nicky Horne about 10 of his favourite songs for the 'My Planet Rocks' slot, ahead of the launch of his own show on the station. Tony's 'My Planet Rocks' will be going out on Saturday 10th December at 7pm; his own show kicks off at 7pm UK time on Sunday 18th December. Listen live around the world at"

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