Latest Sex Pistols Stories

Image 1 - Is Johnny Rotten's Graffiti The New Heritage?
2011-11-21 05:00:56

A new study by archaeologists has been examining marks made much more recently than traditional cave paintings -- graffiti by the Sex Pistols now discovered on the walls of the flat the punk group rented in London in the mid-1970s.

2011-03-02 09:56:00

NEW YORK, March 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Palladium Alliance International (PAI) and Vivienne Westwood are proud to unveil Christina Hendricks as the face of the new Vivienne Westwood "Get a Life" Palladium Jewelry Collection.

2009-02-02 12:07:05

Director Alan G. Parker says his new U.K. film Who Killed Nancy? makes a strong argument that punk rocker Sid Vicious didn't stab Nancy Spungen to death. Spungen, Vicious' 20-year-old girlfriend, was found dead Oct. 12, 1978, at New York's Chelsea Hotel, where she and Vicious had been staying.

2008-10-01 12:30:00

British rock 'n' roll singer Johnny Rotten said he couldn't resist starring in a commercial for Dairy Crest's Country Life butter because it was made for him. Rotten, whose real name is John Lydon, is best known as the irreverent front man for the punk band the Sex Pistols.

2008-09-08 18:00:25

By nathan bevan HE was an antichrist, he was an anarch-ayst, but now he's selling Country Life Butter.

2008-09-05 21:00:14

By Andria Lisle Over the past 30 years, the punk-rock "do-it-yourself" ethos helped jump start a legion of bands as diversified as the Sex Pistols and Fugazi.

2008-07-28 18:00:27

THE Sex Pistols swearing during an early evening live broadcast of Thames Television's Today programme is an archive's most requested TV clip. The show, aired in December 1976, created a storm of publicity.

2008-06-17 15:00:35

The British punk rock band the Sex Pistols reportedly is mulling over releasing a second album, more than 30 years after its first debuted. The group's only studio LP, Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols, was released in 1977.

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