The Sharks - Filming at Kings Cross 24th September Steve 'Snips' Parsons, Nick Judd, Chris Spedding, Paul Cook, Toshi Ogawa
Filming took place on the main concourse at Kings Cross Station, London on Saturday. The Sharks commissioned the D2D Dance Company to create a dance routine in the grand tradition of theTwist, the Locomotion and the Hully Gully for the Ya Ya Pop track from their forthcoming Killers of the Deep album.
The Sharks played four versions of the track with 20 female dancers performing the new dance. Chris Spedding and Snips also performed the title track from Chris's Joyland album.
Never Mind The
Bollocks complete album show in LA, January '17
Band: Steve Jones, Paul Cook, Duff McKagan and guest vocalists? Information
Previously unavailable Sex Pistols Paris
According to YouTube promo below,
www.partnersincrime.fr. are posting Sex Pistols Chalet Du Lac 3rd Sept
76 concert on 20th September.
PiL re-issue legendary albums ‘Metal Box’ and ‘Album’ as super-deluxe
box sets via Universal UMC in October
New Pil Dates in November.
4 in the UK: Salisbury (15 Nov), Leamington Spa (16 Nov), Birmingham
(18 Nov), Leicester (18 Nov), followed by Sinner's Day Festival,
Hasselt, Belgium (20 Nov). Full details pilofficial.com/info.html
John Lydon was hit by a glass thrown during PiL's gig in Chile on
Sunday (14th) at Club Blondie.
carried on with the show & posted the following picture &
statement via @pilofficial "Glass attack last night in Chile. No
reflection on the rest of the
crowd. Great gig. It lives."
Video of the incident
New issue of French Magazine Rock & Folk has a 4 page Sex Pistols
feature on the June - September 1976 concerts with 2 large pictures
26th July Paul Cook threw a
60th birthday party at The Elgin Pub, Ladbroke Grove
on Friday 22nd July
accompanied by his wife Jeni
and daughter Hollie - proudly
displayed a '60' badge. Those joining Paul in his celebrations
included Siouxsie Sioux, designer Pam Hogg, Mick Jones, Julien Temple,
Jordan, Vic Godard, Marco Pirroni, Patti Palladin, Martin Chambers,
Slim Jim Phantom, John 'Boogie' Tiberi, Philip Sallon, Zak Starkey,
NMTB producer Chris Thomas, Rhoda Dakar,
jeweller Stephen Webster, Ken Topley, Youth, and music journalists
Salewicz and Peter Makowski. Top celebrity photographer Richard Young
took the photos. At 10.45pm Paul and The Professionals played a 30
set: 1-2-3, Just Another Dream, Silly Thing, Kick Down the Doors,
C'mon Everybody (with Slim Jim Phantom), Rave On (with Slim Jim
Phantom), and Mystery Train.
Report by Ray Morrissey View pictures taken by Richard Young