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In this second part of Jonesy's chinwag with Glen Matlock, they get into some very intimate and personal details. Glen even spills the beans on some new Faces intrigue. This one is a must-listen. If you haven't already, subscribe to Jonesy's Jukebox on your favorite podcast platform to get an episode each Monday. And fanx for listening!  
Part 1: Glen Matlock stops by Jonesy's gaff for what turns out to be a very candid and honest conversation about life before, during and after the Sex Pistols. It's the first time the two have seen each other since their last tour in 2008. What we get is a fresh perspective and new details never before made public. Enjoy this first of a two-part series. Subscribe free to the Jonesy's Jukebox podcast on your favorite platform to receive a new episode each Monday. Thanks for listening!
Steve Jones talks with Pistol director and executive producer Danny Boyle, the Academy Award-winning director of Slumdog  Millionaire, and mastermind of the groundbreaking film Trainspotting. Also joining Steve is Pistol screenwriter and creator Craig Pearce, screenwriter of the films Moulin Rouge, The Great Gatsby, Strictly Ballroom, and the soon-to-be-released film Elvis. Get a behind the scenes look at how the Pistol series came together.  Hit the subscribe button and receive new Jonesy's Jukebox episodes each Monday, free!
On this episode, Steve Jones welcomes "Pistol" cast members Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Malcolm McLaren), Talulah Riley (Vivienne Westwood), and Sydney Chandler (Chrissie Hynde), each of whom put in award-worthy performances. They are joined by the show's creator and writer Craig Pearce, who is also the writer of the soon-to-be-released film "Elvis." The podcast was recorded at Chrome Hearts Greenwich Village flagship location in New York City. If you haven't already, hit the subscribe button and get new Jonesy's Jukebox episodes each week on your favorite podcast platform.
This is the first of the new Jonesy's Jukebox podcast episodes captured in New York City while the Pistol cast members gathered to help launch the 6-part series. This week Steve Jones sits with "bandmates" Anson Boon (Johnny Rotten), Louis Partridge (Sid Vicious), Jacob Slater (Paul Cook), and the real Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook! Enjoy this inside view of the story, from the actors who inhabited the characters and from the guys who lived it.
Here's one for the history books. John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten on Jonesy's Jukebox. He's in happy spirits and the two have a good laugh and share great memories. As Jonesy explains in the introduction, this appearance took place days before the Sex Pistols were to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Rotten infamously faxed a hand-written letter to Rolling Stone Magazine saying the Sex Pistols were not coming. Listen and enjoy this special get-together between Steve and John. Subscribe to this podcast to get new episodes weekly.
Chrissie Hynde and Steve Jones have a history, and you'll hear about it in sordid detail right from the start. Nothing is held back in this conversation between the two music legends who became acquainted as teens when they were both hanging out at the infamous Kings Road clothing boutique, run by impresario Malcolm McLaren.  You see much of that history captured in "Pistol," the 6-part TV series directed by Danny Boyle. Chrissie is portrayed in the series by Sydney Chandler. Steve and Chrissie are joined later in the episode by actress Roseanne Arquette, who plays matchmaker of sorts and convinces Jonesy to get onstage at the Pretenders concert later that night. This episode is loaded with juicy stories and includes some live in-studio performances by Chrissie and Steve. Enjoy!    
Jonesy is back with another special episode in advance of the May 31 release of the limited series Pistol. Jonesy talks about the time Tony Wilson interviewed him on Jonesy’s Jukebox. Wilson was made famous as the subject of the film 24 Hour Party People. Before that, he became etched in British music history as the TV presenter who gave the Sex Pistols their first exposure on television in Manchester. Wilson went on to co-found Factory Records with artists such as Joy Division, New Order, and Happy Mondays and was the founder and manager of the legendary Manchester nightclub the Hacienda. You’ll hear Tony Wilson describe witnessing the Sex Pistols' now-mythical first Lesser Free Trade Hall show, as later depicted in the film Control. As a journalist, Wilson came to interview Jonesy on his own show May 4, 2005. This episode took place two days before the last-minute appearance by Malcolm McLaren from last week's podcast. Enjoy the entire discussion, share it with your mates and be sure to subscribe to Jonesy’s Jukebox to get the latest episode on Mondays. Fanx for listenin!
Here's the first episode of the new Jonesy’s Jukebox podcast. To start off and to get geared up for the premiere of the tv show "Pistol,” based on Steve Jones’ autobiography “Lonely Boy,” Jonesy is presenting some of the characters important in Sex Pistols history. One of the most consequential is founding manager Malcolm McLaren, strikingly portrayed in the series by actor Thomas Brodie-Sangster. In this podcast, you’ll hear the real McLaren. Steve Jones hadn’t seen Malcolm McLaren since he ran off with the filthy lucre in the days of the Great Rock n Roll Swindle. In this episode, Jonesy revisits the old-school Indie 103.1 radio encounter in 2005 when the Embezzler and the Thief saw each other for the first time in over 25 years. But Jonesy will explain it, so just listen! There have been some bits and bobs out there on the web but for the first time since it aired live, here is the entire interview with the notorious raconteur Malcolm McLaren. *Bonus- Jonesy's whistles for a winner. Can you name the song? Hit the subscribe button to get episodes every Monday. Fanx for listening!  
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The Swindle Continues


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