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Meet Matlock

Glen Matlock has rejoined the Sex Pistols and also accepted an invitation to appear at the Wembley Music and Film fair on 1 December.

Glen will appear at the event between 11 am and 3pm. He will play an acoustic gig with Ian Mclagan (Small Faces). The duo will perform their first gig together - featuring Small Faces songs!

Glen will also spend some time, at a special stand, selling and signing copies of his book, latest CD and other exclusive goodies.


Question:

What year did Glen Matlock leave the Sex Pistols?

Answer:

1977


Winner is Bradders


Glen first hit the headlines in England in 1976 after appearing on the
infamous Bill Grundy show and the subsequent Sex Pistols - of which Glen
was a founder member - 'Anarchy in the UK' tour. He both wrote and co-wrote
the bands first three major hits, Anarchy in the UK, God Save the Queen and
Pretty Vacant and was also the creative force behind the majority of the
material on the legendary LP Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex
Pistols.

The Wembley fair takes place on 30 November and 1 December and contains the biggest selection of vinyl, CDs and memorabilia on sale by traders from around the world, on over 400 tables. Additional guests include Paul Dianno
Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Ian Mclagan, Caroline Munro and Ingrid Pitt.

The venue is Exhibition Hall Three, Wembley Exhibition Centre. Undergroun Wembley Park. Courtesy bus during show times. Admission just £4, doors open 10am both days.