Legendary guitarist Tony Iommi diagnosed with cancer

09 Jan Legendary guitarist Tony Iommi diagnosed with cancer

I let the report discribe everything, i felt for some time something like this was gonna be happening but couldn’t think it could be Tony Iommi first and foremostly.




It’s sad that the old legends are dying one by one, but hey they are mortal as well 🙁

Hope it will end good for Tony Iommi and not ending up like Ronnie James Dio 🙁

My best wishes to Tony Iommi and his family and his friends.

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    Posted at 17:11h, 12 January

    He is the Iron Man. He won’t give up without a fight.
    Good luck Tony!

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    Posted at 03:57h, 11 January

    Terrible news… And it is news i am SICK of hearing… And its even more sickening when there ARE cures but they are held back from us because 1) they are apparently to expensive 2) lets face it, cancer is a multi billion pound industry!!!! The scumbag pharmaceutical company’s are earning a lot of money through cancer and don’t want to stop earning either!!! My dad beat Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last April and i was over the moon and thank my lucky stars everyday i didn’t lose my dad at 24. As i know what its like when a family member is diagnosed with this terrible illness, my prayers and thoughts go out to his family

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    Posted at 02:50h, 11 January

    He is a solid guy, I hope they will manage to find the right treatment. He is alive so there is no reason to be sad, still, It’s a bad news:/

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    Posted at 03:36h, 10 January

    Wow, and there is tour right around the corner

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    Posted at 23:26h, 09 January

    Ah that sucks and there suppose to have a new album coming out in a few months.

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    Posted at 23:24h, 09 January

    Gary Moore, Dio, and now maybe Iommi?… wtf.

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    Posted at 22:50h, 09 January

    What a shame. Why does things like this happen to good guys like tony. I heard they caught it in the early stages so they can start treatment. I was lucky enough to meet tony at his book signing a couple months ago and he’s a really nice guy. Good luck Tony!

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    Posted at 20:38h, 09 January

    I believe as long as there are people who are listening to the music that those great players left to us they’re not going to be forgotten. Because as long as people are listening to the music that brought them together or apart they will remember. Remember the good times they’ve had with each other or in some cases alone and the music that played a big role in creating those memories.
    Not to bury Tony too soon but his music will not be forgotten just like that after all those decades of creating. That’s all the point of creating something: for it to live on after the creator has passed.

    Wish all the best of luck for Tony his friends and his family.

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    Posted at 19:07h, 09 January

    My best wishes for Tony.

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