A long-standing tribute band to one of the icons of the punk era are to perform at a pub in Leighton Buzzard on Saturday night.
The Wheatsheaf in North Street will play host to The Pistols – a Sex Pistols tribute band.
The group was formed in London and started playing in 2004.
The Pistols do “the whole authentic thing” and aim to replicate the raw sounds and sights of the original band from the 1970s.
The group’s front man Paul even could be mistaken for the legendary Jonny Rotten himself.
You can be sure to hear a number of the band’s classic songs including Anarchy in the UK, God Save the Queen and Pretty Vacant.
The tunes will be mixed in with some raucous banter and plenty of ‘pogoing’ from the audience and perhaps Rotten, Vicious, Cook and Jones will even repeat ‘My Way’ – just like the real thing.
The set will last 90 minutes and will transport the audience back to the 70s.
Prior to their appearance their will be a chance for aspiring musicians to make a name for themselves with the Open Mic Night on Friday.
Anybody who is after their 15 minutes of fame are asked to send Letty an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and book your spot!
Music at The Wheatsheaf starts at 9.30pm and admission is free.
To find out anything else about the music night call the pub on 01525 374611.