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Sex Pistols To Play Two More London Dates

Sex Pistols To Play Two More London Dates

[b]The Sex Pistols[/b] have confirmed that will now play three shows this November, after their original reunion concert date sold-out within ten minutes of going on sale.

As reported last week, the punk legends have decided to reunite in celebration of their 30th anniversary since releasing their defining album´[b]Never Mind The Bollocks... Here Come Sex Pistols[/b].

The band will now play November 9 and 10, in addition to the originally announced gig at London´s Brixton Academy on the 8th.

Original members [b]John Lydon, Steve Jones, Paul Cook[/b] and [b]Glen Matlock[/b] will perform at the concerts.

This is the not the first time the band have reformerd - The Sex Pistols, who split in 1978, first reformed for a world tour in 1996 and last performed together in the US in 2003.


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