John Lydon

Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett says John Lydon converted him to an Arsenal fan

The guitarist discovered the club in the early 90s after reading John Lydon's autobiography

John Lydon distances himself from Sex Pistols, accuses them of “cashing in” on Queen’s death

The band have denied the claims, saying “nothing new related to ‘God Save The Queen’ is being promoted”

Sex Pistols share posts about Queen Elizabeth II’s death

The punk band famously released their single 'God Save The Queen' just before the Queen's Silver Jubilee in 1977

John Lydon on Sex Pistols series: “It’s dead against everything we once stood for”

"The only thing you’ve got of value in your life, and you’re going to cheapen that because you want an extra fiver?"

Sex Pistols’ John Lydon: “Anarchy is a terrible idea”

Former frontman contradicts the message of 'Anarchy In The U.K.'

‘Pistol’: the cast and crew pick apart punk’s “exhilarating” TV comeback

45 years after their heyday, the anarchic rockers are about to be all up in your grill again

John Lydon says he is “actually really proud of the Queen for surviving and doing so well”

"I applaud her for that, and that's a fantastic achievement," the Sex Pistols frontman added of the upcoming Platinum Jubilee

Vivienne Westwood: “Once Sex Pistols folded, John Lydon didn’t have any more ideas”

The legend was speaking to NME about her starring role in the new documentary 'Wake Up Punk'
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