The Sex Pistols Save Diana

No matter how silly this Sex Pistols reunion may turn out to be, this is still one of the great rock & roll albums of all time.

None other than Sex Pistols' guitarist Steve Jones is

telling those close to him that the reformed group is planning to play their

first show (an unannounced show we might add) at the 100 Club, the very same

venue that they played back in 1976. Jones has been in San Francisco recording

vocals tracks with the rest of Neurotic Outsiders for the "supergroup's" (

Jones plus former Duran Duran bassist John Taylor and current Guns N' Roses

members Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum) debut album. Jones is now in Merre Olde

England with the rest of his old Sex Pistol cronies, in advance of their press

conference, which is scheduled to begin at 1 PM on March 18 at a secret

location. At that time, they're set to reveal to the world how they exactly are

going to celebrate the Sex Pistol's 20th anniversary. our source also tell us

that following the 100 Club show, the first official outing will take place at

Finsbury Park on June 6. Meanwhile, we hear that the new Pistols have a new

logo: the soon-to-be-divorced Princess Diana with a safety pin through her pert

little nose (you'll recall that the first time 'round, the Pistols used a pic

of Diana's sainted mother-in-law with the aforementioned safety pin). No more

need for God to Save the Queen--Diana needs it