Original Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock is working on a new solo album that’s expected to be released this fall.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer is almost finished working on the project, on which he collaborated with longtime David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick and some other guest musicians.
The upcoming album is a follow-up to Matlock’s 2018 solo effort, Good to Go, which he recorded with Slick and Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom.
Meanwhile, Glen is preparing to kick off a series of North American solo acoustic shows, running from a March 15 concert in Montreal through a March 22 performance in New York City. He’ll also open for Dropkick Murphys March 13 in Everett, Massachusetts. For more information, visit GlenMatlock.co.uk.
Matlock co-wrote most of the songs on the Sex Pistols classic album Never Mind the Bullocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols, including “God Save the Queen,” “Anarchy in the U.K.” and “Pretty Vacant.”
Over the years, Matlock’s also performed and/or recorded with artists including Iggy Pop, The Faces and The Damned.
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