John Lydon

John Lydon: Band Aid is “full of corruption”

John Lydon has hit out at a number of targets including Band Aid and Simon Cowell. Speaking to an audience of around 300 at Oxford University's Sheldonian Theatre on Monday evening to promote his new autobiography Anger Is An Energy, Lydon spoke out about Cowell's treatment of X Factor contestants.

November 2013

In 1983, I picked up a copy of a book called Stick, on a whim. It was written by someone I hadn't heard of previously: Elmore Leonard, who died in August. The book was brilliant and turned me into an addict.
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