3 of the 4 original Black Sabbath lineup reunited to receive their Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award during the “Grammy Salute To Music Legends” awards ceremony and live tribute concert at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on May 11.
Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward represented the band; frontman Ozzy Osbourne missed the event as he continues to recover from surgery following an injury at his L.A. home.
California rockers Rival Sons performed a medley as part of a Black Sabbath tribute that included a trio of classic tracks: “War Pigs”, “Changes” and “Paranoid.”
“Another Grammy!,” tweeted Iommi. “Great performance from Rival Sons yesterday, thanks guys. It was so great to see Bill and Geezer over the weekend and it brought back some wonderful memories – just brilliant!! Get well soon Oz we missed you.”
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