The Sex Pistols' final concert is held in Winterland, San Francisco, in 1978 on this day.
Who were The Sex Pistols?
The Sex Pistols were a music group who helped found the British punk movement of the late 1970s. Their song “God Save the Queen” became a symbol of the United Kingdom's social and political turmoil.
What were The Sex Pistols known for?
The Sex Pistols were the vanguards of the Punk movement, which was inspired by anger, social disaffection and poverty. They were known for rebelling against conformity with their single “Anarchy in the UK” and attacking the British royal family with their 1977 single “God Save the Queen”.