John Lydon - Jonesys Jukebox 2006

#2
Love Jonesys Jukebox although in the last 12 months I think I’ve listened to it less as there hasn’t been any guests that interest me. Paul Cook’s appearences on there are always good.
I’m going to see Lydon on his q&a tour in November.
 
#3
Love Jonesys Jukebox although in the last 12 months I think I’ve listened to it less as there hasn’t been any guests that interest me. Paul Cook’s appearences on there are always good.
I’m going to see Lydon on his q&a tour in November.
hes been away for a few month recovering from a heart attack ... I always find whoever the guest his stories are entertaining . His book Lonely Boy is a powerful read
 
#7
no, not at all, they were a manufactured boy band.

not a lot of difference between them and the Bay City Rollers in that regard. In fact the lead singer of the BCR's Les Mckewan (sp?) was considered for fronting the Sex Pistols before the 3 johns turned up (Lydon, Beverley & Wardle) at the westwood emporium up at Worlds End.
 
#8
no, not at all, they were a manufactured boy band.

not a lot of difference between them and the Bay City Rollers in that regard. In fact the lead singer of the BCR's Les Mckewan (sp?) was considered for fronting the Sex Pistols before the 3 johns turned up (Lydon, Beverley & Wardle) at the westwood emporium up at Worlds End.
tosh ... it was Midge Ure actually
 
#11
cook and jones were in a band with a guitarist, matlock worked in the Sex shop and they binned the guitarist Wally , They auditioned Lydon in front of a Juke and he sang to Coopers Eighteen.... Most bands audition for memebers
 
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