It boasts "Watch this space". The site also states that they will not, however, be appearing at the Isle Of Wight Festival. John Lydon interviewed for an upcoming ten part documentary on punk rock, to be shown on the digital channel Play UK in June.
John features in a full page interview in the Daily Star. John talks about his plans to reform the Pistols, and his wish to perform a special show on 3rd June, supported by The Clash! Latest official news from promoters Solo on the Pistols reunion: He also said that there will be no June Jubilee show. Crystal Palace, Saturday 20th or 27th July.
Although this possibility has been in circulation for a couple of weeks, it remains unconfirmed as yet by Solo. Steve Jones interviewed by Phil Singleton for www. Promoters Solo still have not confirmed the concert, but expect an official announcement within a week. This will coincide with an official announcement on the same day from a location 'somewhere in West London'. The gig on 27th July will actually take place at the Crystal Palace Sports Arena, with a capacity of 30, permitted for the show.
The venue allows for both standing and seating. Places will be unreserved, so to secure the best spots, get there early. Sponsors' banner link will be posted on the site tomorrow night. The agreement to display the banner link first on God Save The Sex Pistols in readiness for the launch, will put site visitors on the starting blocks, in pole position to purchase tickets! John states his opinion of Britain, the Monarchy, the music industry and of course the Jubilee.
Nobody seems to have noticed that. And I think it's quite poignant, you know. Going out properly with a great jubilee bash. Virgin Radio broadcast a John Lydon interview. John Lydon is interviewed by CNN. Jubilee CD reviewed in the Daily Mirror. Jubilee enters the UK album charts at No. God Save The Queen falls to No. Sex Pistols switch rehearsals to Stanbridge Farm in Sussex.
The Daily Star reports: The Sex Pistols were reunited yesterday in the last place you'd expect - on a country house lawn sipping tea. A TV programme is shown in Germany with the band rehearsing and being interviewed in London. Tracks filmed partial are Pretty Vacant and New York. The Daily Telegraph contains an interview with John Lydon: The show is taped and filmed by fans in the crowd.
The Daily Star reviews the show: Now, he hates Blair and the Euro but believes in marriage. Has Johnny Rotten turned Tory? While there is no smoke without fire, they are not sure themselves at the moment, as with the Pistols, plans can go 'tits up'.
The Independent On Sunday carry a positive review of last week's gig with the headline: The documentary, Classic Albums. The Sunday Times has an interview with John Lydon: This is a Sex Pistols day by day diary.
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