Drummer BEV BEVAN's BLACK SABBATH Diaries

English rock musician Bev Bevan, who served as the touring drummer for BLACK SABBATH from 1983 to 1984 and played percussion on "The Eternal Idol" album in 1987, has written about his days on the road with SABBATH in the latest installment of his regular blog for the Sunday Mercury. Check it out at this location.

Bevan (born Beverley Bevan on November 24, 1944 in Sparkhill, Birmingham, England) was one of the original members of THE MOVE and the ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA. After the collapse of ELO in 1986, he founded ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA PART II without the original ELO singer/songwriter Jeff Lynne.

Bevan recently presented a radio show on Smooth Radio West Midlands called "'70s Sunday". Bevan also reviews records for the Sunday Mercury.

Bev Bevan drum solo on BLACK SABBATH's "Born Again" tour — October 21,1983 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada:

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