Regardless on how everyone feels, this Friday (20) Donald Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America. I’m sure many were curious to see who would perform at his inauguration. At one point, Vince Neil was rumored and that news didn’t last too long. We now know the official revilement includes 3 Doors Down and a handful of other artists. Now we can question, what music will be playing in the White House for the next four years? According to the Birmingham Mail, Black Sabbath could be one of them.
The paper sat with Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi, who revealed that Trump attended one of their shows with his daughter a few years back. That’s right, our soon-to-be President and current Master of Twitter beefs is considered a metalhead or at least a devoted Black Sabbath fan.
Iommi made the following comments:
“We have a lot of people come to our show you wouldn’t think, Donald Trump came a few years ago. We were leaving because we had to get the flight. He came backstage with his daughter but, we couldn’t stay to talk to him. We couldn’t miss the slot for our plane. It was a bit, ‘hello, hello’ and gone.”
With this information, maybe Trump would relax a bit more with a little more “Fluff” into his ears, but perhaps he’ll spend the next four years making Sabbath Black again.