Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi and Deep Purple vocalist Ian Gillian (who also sang in Sabbath between 1983 and 1984) attended an event celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Rock Aid Armenia charity project last June. Among the performances that day was the Naregatsi Orchestra performing Black Sabbath's "She's Gone" off the 1976 record Technical Ecstasy, and footage has finally surfaced thanks to MediamaxArmenia.
Watch: Tony Iommi Attend Orchestra Performance Of BLACK SABBATH's "She's Gone"
He looks pretty happy about it too.
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