Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi has written a letter to Indonesian President Joko Widodo, in hopes of swaying him to stop the impending execution of two Australian men.
The legendary Black Sabbath guitarist is being featured in a new VH1.com animated series The Complete History of Heavy Metal.
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi opens up about his cancer battle in a candid new interview.
Guitarist Tony Iommi reveals that he has composed music for an upcoming episode of ‘CSI.’
Tony Iommi says that while a collaboration with Tom Jones was once suggested for a prank, he and Jones are open to the idea of working together.
Black Sabbath played their final scheduled show of 2014, which was rumored to be their last ever gig, but Tony Iommi has vowed the band will tour again.
Tony Iommi has officially been hired as a Visiting Professor of Music by Coventry University to help students on their songwriting and compositional skills.
For over two years, Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has battled cancer. Through songwriting, massive touring and all the work that comes with releasing a new album, Iommi has risen to the occasion, giving all he has to millions of Sabbath fans worldwide. Despite Iommi's incredible efforts, Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne admitted that he initially thought Iommi was handed a death sentence by doctors.
If you thought the Osbournes had a nice house, you should see where Tony Iommi lives. According to the Birmingham Post, the Black Sabbath guitarist has put his Lapworth, Warwickshire, home on the market and the residence is reportedly going for a cool £2.6 million, which is about $4.3 million in U.S. currency.