BLACK SABBATH Guitarist To Guest On ALICE COOPER's Radio Show

BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi will be a featured guest on Alice Cooper's radio show, "Nights with Alice Cooper", on Wednesday, May 4.

"Nights with Alice Cooper" is broadcast on radio stations throughout the United States. Click here to find the closest affiliate in your area.

Iommi will release his new album, "Fused", on July 12 via Sanctuary Records. This will be Iommi's third solo album.

Joining Iommi on "Fused" is former DEEP PURPLE vocalist/bass guitarist Glenn Hughes and former JOHN MELLENCAMP drummer Kenny Aronoff, who has also played sessions with the likes of THE ROLLING STONES, BOB DYLAN, ROD STEWART, ALICE COOPER, BOB SEGER, LYNYRD SKYNYRD and countless others. The trio will hit the road to promote "Fused" later this year after BLACK SABBATH finishes headlining the 10th anniversary Ozzfest tour.

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