In aid of Autistic Children
OPG & DtB present
At London’s world famous 100 Club

Glen Matlock & His Band
Celebrate 45 years since the release of Never Mind the Bollocks with original member Glen Matlock. Glen co-wrote the majority of the Sex Pistols “Nevermind the Bollocks” and wrote Pretty Vacant arguably one of the most famous punk songs ever.
After leaving the Pistols, Glen formed the Rich Kids releasing one album “Ghosts of Princes in Towers” and in the 1980s Glen toured with Iggy Pop.
Glen rejoined the Sex Pistols for their reunion tours and accompanying album, Filthy Lucre Live.
His new album is due for release this year.
http://glenmatlock.co.uk/

Ed Tudorpole
Ed Tudorpole joined the Sex Pistols recording Who Killed Bambi for the film Great RocknRoll Swindle. Things really took off in the early 80s for his band Tenpole Tudor producing such singalong hits as ‘Swords Of A Thousand Men’ & ‘Wunderbar’.
Now playing mainly solo acoustic shows, Ed treats his audiences to a delightful mix of punk, country & Rock’n’Roll.
Official website facebook.com/edtudorpole

Feckin’ Latchicos
Rehearse and get drunk once a year, greatest band you’ve never heard of, only ambition is not being bottled off stage for once
www.facebook.com/feckinlatchicos

RocknRoll Suicidez
Garage / Punk / Reggae hybrid, conceived of in a pub in London whilst under the influence of JD. Self penned RocknRoll classics with an obscure cover thrown in
www.rocknrollsuicidez.com

Healthy Junkies
With inspiration drawn from some of the most iconic bands of the last century, their multi-faceted breed of punk rock has the distinct shimmer of glam but with a dash of dirty grunge
www.healthyjunkies.co.uk

The Phobics
formed in Deptford in 1999 by a bunch of Punk survivors and misfits with a love of raw rock n roll and sick of a smug and complacent music scene

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