It is a well-worn story that John was spotted wearing a “I Hate Pink Floyd” t-shirt and invited to audition as singer for a fledgling band that had been pestering Malcolm McLaren to manage them. If John had not joined the Sex Pistols back in 1975 they would have been a very, very different band. Things just wouldn’t be the same at all…
Although John had no previous musical experience, less than six months later the Sex Pistols made their live debut at St Martins College of Art, November 6th 1975.
On account of his decaying teeth John was re-christened “Johnny Rotten”. His scintillating vocal delivery and forthright lyrics – matched with the band’s power and energy – soon saw the Pistols build up a word-of-mouth following. Despite John vehemently rejecting the term, the Sex Pistols found themselves at the forefront of what would later become known as “Punk”.
Exclusively designed by us this “Sex Pistols” signed display incorporates an authentic signature of John Lydon. The signature has been signed on a 10″ x 8″ image using blue marker. We only use lightfast inks when printing our displays, this means that colours will retain their vibrancy for many years. All materials used are acid free.
Mounted size: 70 x 40 cm
Supplied with certificate of authenticity which is guaranteed for the life of the item. In the highly unlikely event that your investment isn’t what we say it is we will offer you a full money back guarantee.
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