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The lead vocalist of the Sex Pistols lands in hot water after telling Carrie Bickmore of 'The Project', 'Listen, when a man is talking do not interrupt.'
Pop superstar Madonna is putting her musical ability to good use by reportedly composing a classic score for her new film 'W.E.'
The stars of famous rock groups, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Sex Pistols, have been tipped to come together to form a spectacular supergroup for the launch of the London Olympics.
A rare recording of the Sex Pistols' 'God Save the Queen' has been named the world's most valuable vinyl disc.
The star is thrilled about the project at Los Angeles' leading rock station KROQ, saying 'They are letting me play whatever I want - and that's good for me.'
The band have agreed to allow William Hill to use the song as the backing for a commercial marking the start of the Champion's League soccer season.
Joe Corre has ordered lawyers to dispute his late father's will, which reportedly mentions that McLaren left his estate to his longtime partner Young Kim.
Roxanne Davis who claimed she was punched in the face and called names by the rocker has asked L.A. judge to dismiss the case.
'To wear this scent, you must resist tradition, fight conformity, and disregard aromatic conventions,' the description of the rock band's perfume says.
On his encounter with the ex-Sex Pistols star's spirit, the documentarian Alan G. Parker says, 'I walked into this warm bedroom and felt as though something passed right through me.'
Although he was involved in a dispute with Sex Pistols' former manager Malcolm McLaren over copyright and royalties, John Lydon puts that aside after learning that McLaren lost his battle with cancer.
Sex Pistols' John Lydo admits that he's eying documentary about the British royals since he is left curious about 'what makes them so superior.'
John Lydon admits that he was once offered by the music legends to help them re-recording their album 'Dark Side of the Moon' but he turned down the request since he didn't want to be pretentious.
Claiming that his former bandmate John Lydon only wants to make money from Public Image Ltd. show, Jah Wobble chooses to turn down the offer to rejoin him.