BLACK SABBATH's TONY IOMMI: Playlist For Inaugural 'Black Sunday' Show Available

BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi began his radio career Sunday night (Dec. 18) with his "Black Sunday" show on the U.K.'s Planet Rock radio station, and he chose to launch the show with "Black Sabbath", the song that launched his career in music. The full list of tracks played during the two hour broadcast is available at

Planet Rock had previously issued the following description of Iommi's program: "Each week, Tony will be joined by colleagues and friends from all walks of life who indulge in a common passion for rock music. He will also share his experiences from over 30 years at the top table of rock’s aristocracy, and reveal the stories behind BLACK SABBATH's most famous songs. Tony will also invite unsigned bands to send in their demos and will play his pick on air."

Planet Rock is available on DAB digital radio across the UK, 861 Sky, ntl 880, telewest 924 and at Listeners can send requests for their favorite tracks to Tony at [email protected] Demos from unsigned bands should go to: Tony Iommi, Planet Rock, 7 Swallow Place, London, W1B 2AG.


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