Johnny Rotten was the lead singer for the legendary punk band, the Sex Pistols. He is also the lead singer for his band, PiL (Public Im age Limited). He authored the book, No Irish, no Blacks, no Dogs (an autobiography).See full bio »
2000The Filth and the Fury
(writer: "God Save The Queen" Symphony, "Submission", "Seventeen", "Anarchy In The UK", "Pretty Vacant", "Did You No Wrong", "Liar", "EMI", "No Feelings", "I Wanna Be Me", "God Save The Queen", "Problems", "Holidays In The Sun", "Bodies" / as Lydon)
I've got no idea what happened to dear old Keith (Keith Levene). What a waste of talent. He used to be a great guitarist. But he made the mistake of over-grandiosing his own position in PiL, and then he complicated his life with various substances. And he ended up doing fuck all. Which is a shame, because there'd be no U2 without Keith's guitar style.
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He was supposed to be on Pan American World Airways Flight 103 from London's Heathrow International Airport to New York's John F. Kennedy Airport on December 21, 1988, but missed the flight because his wife Nora, hadn't packed in time. The plane crashed over the town of Lockerbie, Scotland when a terrorist bomb exploded in the forward cargo hold, killing all 259 passengers and crew.
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