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Tony Iommi To Receive Gibson Les Paul Award

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Tony Iommi To Receive Gibson Les Paul Award

by Music-News.com

Q has today revealed that they will be recognising heavy metal pioneer and legendary Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, who will be receiving the annual Gibson Les Paul Award.

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