The Sex Pistols
With the release of memoir 'Lonely Boy,' guitarist reflects on Sid Vicious, Johnny Rotten and how it all went wrong
Publisher describes book, due early next year, as "modern Dickensian tale"
The riot-starters and two-chord wonders that blew rock wide open
Rock icon recalls an unpredictable Sid Vicious and reaction to Nancy Spungen's death in gripping new book
"The footage had been sitting in my shed for 40 years," legendary filmmaker says
Public Image Ltd. frontman looks back on Sex Pistols, Sid and the punks he inspired in a hilarious, surprising Q&A
Why the Sex Pistols frontman hated the Clash, doesn't like most punk and has become a fan of Mick Jagger
Photographer Dennis Morris chronicled the U.K. punks amidst the chaos of 1977
Burning guitars, big suits, meeting the Beatles — the concert films and rockumentaries that stand head and shoulders above the rest
Andrew Lloyd Webber's production company takes promoter to court over losses from the nixed 51-date tour
"I'm one lucky cunt," said Johnny Rotten, 'because that's the best band in the world."
Michelle Williams and *NSYNC’s JC Chasez also will appear in 51-city tour of popular '70s rock opera
Phil Collen's side project sets new release, 'I Surrender'
August gig will be streamed on YouTube and Vevo