Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi jammed with aspiring rockers last month at the Rock N Roll Fantasy Camp in Los Angeles, and video from the weekend event has surfaced.
Iommi performed his band’s 1971 classic, “Into The Void”, with Canadian singer Lauraleigh Cairns and other players on the tune from Sabbath’s third album, “Master Of Reality.”
“Rock' n Roll Fantasy Camp really does make your dreams come true!,” says Cairns as she posted the footage online.
Video of Iommi and a different group running through Sabbath’s 1980 track “Neon Nights” has also been featured online by event organizers.
The Los Angeles edition of the camp also featured guitarists Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, Warren Haynes and drummer Carl Palmer, with players performing at the Whisky A Go Go on the Sunset Strip.
Iommi and Black Sabbath launched a farewell tour in Omaha, Nebraska on January 20 as part of a first leg of North American dates that wrapped up a few weeks ago.
Up next, the band will perform shows in Australia and New Zealand in April followed by an extensive European run, while a second North American trek starts in August with dates scheduled to wrap up in September.
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