A 1985 Harley-Davidson motorcycle belonging to former BLACK SABBATH singer David Donato is currently being auctioned via eBay. The auction ends on August 27 at 8:15 p.m. EST.
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According to Wikipedia, Donato recorded several demos with BLACK SABBATH and rehearsed throughout 1984 and 1985.
Contrary to reports, Donato was not fired after an interview with Kerrang! magazine. The band fell apart soon thereafter, with Tony Iommi forming an entirely new BLACK SABBATH the following year.
The Donato demos still remain out of the public domain, with the exception of a 1985 rehearsal session featuring Donato, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward which surfaced online in 2006. This session was produced by Bob Ezrin.
After BLACK SABBATH, Donato was in the band WHITE TIGER with former KISS guitarist Mark St. John.
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