In 1976, the group were the talk of London town, and soon Sex Pistols’ signing saga become the stuff of legend.
A new documentary about the Sex Pistols gig at Manchester's Lesser Free Trade Hall on 4 June, 1976 will be aired tonight (1) by BBC Radio 2.
Collecting a number of iconic photos, three key exhibitions in London show that punk's aesthetic was as important as the music and politics.
The house that was the 1970s base of the Sex Pistols, in London's famous former “Tin Pan Alley,” Denmark Street, has been given Grade II* listed status.
While music journalism can be biased, disposable or sink to self-indulgent waffle, it’s served as a fertile breeding ground for incisive, informed writers.
Less well-known than the two albums which preceded it, Vangelis' Spiral nevertheless boasts an understated simplicity that has worn well.
The Professionals, formed by Steve Jones and Paul Cook after the demise of the Sex Pistols, have The Complete Professionals out by Universal on 16 October.
Def Leppard lead guitarist Phil Collen has formed a new blues band, Delta Deep, whose first album has Joe Elliott, David Coverdale and Paul Cook guesting.
Former Jam drummer Rick Buckler will have his autobiography ‘That’s Entertainment: My Life In The Jam’ published by Omnibus Press on May 11.
Virgin is in everything from finance to mobile phones, health & fitness to holidays, trains, an airline and a record label, but all that was to come…
When music, fashion, art & attitude combine in a way they did when the Sex Pistols first appeared they offered a heady mix, orchestrated by Malcolm McLaren.