HEAVEN AND HELL — the band featuring BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler, singer Ronnie James Dio, and drummer Vinny Appice (BLACK SABBATH, DIO) — performed live in Kavarna, Bulgaria Thursday night (June 28) in front of about 6,000 people. The group was the first-night headliner of the three-day Kaliakra Rock Fest, which will continue with MOTÖRHEAD on June 29 and MANOWAR on June 30.
Check out pictures of HEAVEN AND HELL's concert in Bulgaria at this location.
Excellent-quality fan-filmed video footage of HEAVEN AND HELL performing the classic SABBATH track "Voodoo" on May 10, 2007 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has been posted on YouTube.
HEAVEN AND HELL's "Live From Radio City Music Hall" release will be available August 28 at regular retail outlets both as a two-disc CD set and as a DVD for a suggested list price of $19.98 and $19.99 respectively.
Available exclusively from www.rhino.com, the concert will also be released as a deluxe three-disc set (2CD/DVD) for a suggested list price of $49.98. The special set features tour memorabilia including a tour program, backstage laminate, glossy photos of the band and other tour items.
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