BLACK SABBATH: BILL WARD Autographed Drumhead Up For Auction

BLACK SABBATH drummer Bill Ward has started a series of eBay auctions. The first item up for auction at eBay is an authentic BLACK SABBATH drumhead autographed by Ward. This drumhead is a Remo snare drumhead played by Bill Ward from August 6, 2005 in East Troy, WI and retired after the Cynthia Woods Pavilion concert in Houston, TX on August 27, 2005. The drumhead was autographed by Bill Ward on May 31, 2006. A picture of the drumhead can be found at this location:

If you are the winner of this auction, Bill will personalize the drumhead for you.

In other news, Ward is currently having a "summer garage sale" via his official web site. Several new items are now available to order, plus the items that were already in the merchandise page have had their prices dropped. The details are as follows:

* "When the Bough Breaks" CD (price dropped from $10 to $5
* "When the Bough Breaks" poster (price dropped from $7 to $4
* "Ward One" poster (price dropped from $7 to $4
* "Straws" charities (minimum donation dropped from $35 to $10)

New Items for the summer sale:

* "Snakes & Ladders" Radio Promo CD - $5
* "When the Bough Breaks" "Naked" CD - $5
* "Snakes & Ladders" T-Shirt (M, L, XL) - $10
* "Animals" T-Shirt (M, L, XL) - $10
* "Hate" T-Shirt (M, L, XL) - $10
* "Tall Stories" T-Shirt (M, L, XL) - $10


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