Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) Auctioning Off Signed Epiphone SG Guitar And More For Charity

Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) has launched an eBay auction to raise money for Birmingham’s Heartlands hospital charity. The guitarist said the following about that:

“The Tony Iommi auction to benefit the Birmingham’s Heartlands hospital charity is now live! All items are from Tony’s personal stash, all will be autographed, and the winner will get free shipping to wherever, that includes the Epiphone SG guitar! Some of the others include a Japanese DVD set of “The End Live in Birmingham”, a Dehumanizer 2CD set, and many more! You can view all the items for auction here: The shipping won’t be next day, but you won’t have to pay for it, and all proceeds will go straight to the charity.”

Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) To Launch Charity Auction

Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) has announced that he will be auctioning off some personal items to raise money for Birmingham’s Heartlands hospital charity. The auction is currently set to launch on Monday (April 6).

Iommi commented:

“News of a charity auction commencing Monday:

We were about to announce a charity “evening with Tony Iommi” to raise some money for the Birmingham hospitals, when this awful virus struck. Now as all charitable events have been cancelled, I wanted to still do something to help. So, I’ve put a few things together of my own up for auction. All the money raised will go to the Birmingham’s Heartlands hospital charity.

Please! I hope that you can help, they really do need our support ! Without these doctors and nurses, what would we do….we owe them so much! — Tony”

Slipknot, Clutch, My Chemical Romance, Black Label Society, Etc. Members Participate In Charity Auction For The Innocent Lives Foundation

Clutch’s Neil Fallon has organized a charity auction to help raise money for the Innocent Lives Foundation. A number of items are up for sale including a guitar signed by Clutch, a guitar Corey Taylor used to write his upcoming solo album (signed by Slipknot), a guitar signed by Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society), a guitar signed by Frank Iero (My Chemical Romance), a guitar signed by members of No Doubt, a guitar and signed LP from Thursday, posters signed by Foo Fighters and Black Label Society, and a photo print of the late Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) signed by photographer Andrew Stuart. You can bid on the various items at

Rush’s Geddy Lee To Auction Off Six Guitars From His Personal Collection

Rush’s Geddy Lee has announced that he will be auctioning off six of his blue-ribbon, coveted classic guitars. The instruments will be sold during Mecum Auctions’ Las Vegas-based auction on October 10-12. You can read more about that and check out the guitars over at

Avenged Sevenfold Selling Gear For Charity

Avenged Sevenfold have announced that they will be launching a Reverb shop on June 4 in an effort to raise money for Notes For Notes, a “non-profit organization that designs, equips, and staffs after-school recording studios inside Boys & Girls Clubs offering youth the opportunity to explore, create, and record music for free.” Over 20 pieces of gear and memorabilia will be available including a Schecter Synyster Gates guitar that the guitarist used on the band’s tour with Metallica, Zildjian Custom A cymbals used by Brooks Wackerman, a sunburst Schecter Johnny Christ Signature Bass used onstage and during warmups, an Audio Technica ATM510 mic autographed by the band, 10 separate signed posters from a show in Dusseldorf, Germany, and more.

Metallica’s “All Within My Hands Foundation Helping Hands Concert And Auction” Raises Over $1.3 Million For Charity

Metallica’s recent acoustic show and auction, which took place at The Masonic in San Francisco, CA on November 3, ended up raising $1.3 Million for charity. The money “will go to food banks in cities the band has played on its current WorldWired Tour and carefully selected community colleges throughout the country.” The band’s All Within My Hands Foundation is being “supported in these efforts by the American Association of Community Colleges and Feeding America.” It’s worth noting that an online auction is still going on at