BLACK SABBATH Drummer Offers Holiday Discount On Charity CD

As announced on BLACK SABBATH drummer Bill Ward's monthly appearance on WPMD Radio's "Rock 50" program with Mike Stark (web site), his charity donation CD, "Straws" (details), has special holiday pricing.

If you make a donation to one of the five listed charities on Ward's web site, Bill will send you a signed and numbered "Straws" CD. The only thing on the CD is the one song "Straws", but that's not the point — you're not buying the song, you're making a charitable donation, and Bill will send you CD to say "Thanks."

Ward's normal minimum donation is $35 with a suggested donation of $50. From now until December 31, 2004, the minimum pricing is $12.99.


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