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John Lydon

Singer says he's facing “financial ruin” following lost lawsuit against former bandmates over use of their music in FX biopic 'Pistol.' Continue reading…

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'It became Walt Disney money versus me. Who do you think's gonna win," says the singer. Continue reading…

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The debate continues in the court of public opinion. Continue reading…

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Johnny Rotten remains furious about the upcoming biographical series. Continue reading…

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He may have lost in court, but still is fighting in the court of public opinion. Continue reading…

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He didn't want the band's material in FX's upcoming 'Pistol.' Continue reading…

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John Lydon has lost the legal battle over his attempted refusal to allow Sex Pistols songs to be used in Danny Boyle’s upcoming FX series about the band. As the BBC reports, a judge ruled that the contract that Lydon made with bandmates Paul Cook and Steve Jones was still active and that any licensing requests for Sex Pistols songs would be determined by a “majority rules basis.”

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Singer was sued for refusing to allow the band's music to be used in an upcoming biopic. Continue reading…

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London judge upheld a 1998 agreement that allowed licensing requests to be authorized on a “majority rules basis” For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Singer defends his refusal to allow his music to be used in Danny Boyle’s TV drama. Continue reading…

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