Iconic Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has participated in an important campaign for all of the medical workers in Birmingham, UK via eBay.

On April 6, Tony Iommi launched an eBay auction to support the medical workers in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

In the auction, some really rare albums of Black Sabbath will be sold to the buyers. All items will come from the musician’s personal collection and signed for the winning bidder.

Here’s the statement of Tony Iommi about the auction:

“We were about to announce a charity ‘evening with Tony Iommi’ to raise some money for the Birmingham hospitals when this awful virus struck.

Now as all charitable events have been canceled, I wanted to still do something to help. So, I’ve put a few things together of my own up for auction. All the money raised will go to Birmingham’s Heartlands hospital charity.

Please! I hope that you can help, they really do need our support! Without these doctors and nurses, what would we do… we owe them so much!”

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