Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Just a Quote

“I don’t really know what “intellectual” means, but if it means you’ve got a desire to learn, you’ve got a desire to look for things that haven’t been presented to you, then, maybe. I think that “intellectual” is quite an exclusive word. I think it’s just for anyone that has a thirst or a hunger to improve themselves, or a yearning to escape from somewhere to get to a better place.”
— Pete Doherty

Thursday, 15 March 2012

Pete The Rapper

Pete The rapper? Apparently he has asked Mike Skinner to oversee the project..He has actually said he wants to be Britain's answer to Eminem. He has told us he's started writing hip hop songs The report also revealed that Doherty has been buying new clothes to "re-invent" himself as a rap artist. Pals of the singer told the paper that he had bought two Adidas tracksuits.

Doherty will, purportedly, play the new material at his up-coming European shows. He is due to play Tivoli in Utrecht, Netherlands on April 11.

Meanwhile, the Babyshambles man has recently clamed to be "toning down a bit" and has stopped injecting drugs.

The singer also revealed that he had been receiving treatment at a walk-in clinic and was using Subutex – a pharmaceutical opiate – to help suppress his withdrawal symptoms.

He has recently confirmed that he has become a dad again, fathering South African Model Lindi Hingston's child. Aisling is his second offspring as he also has a child with Kill City singer Lisa Moorish.

Scroll down to view the trailer for 'The Libertines: There Are No Innocent Bystanders, NME photographer Roger Sargent's documentary about the band's 2010 reunion shows. The film goes on tour around UK venues later this month.

Pete To Play Frome

EXPECT the unexpected in Frome next month, when iconic rocker Pete Doherty plays the Cheese and Grain on April 18 as part of a UK tour. Tickets have gone on sale this morning for the gig - the last time he played the town, with Babyshambles in 2004, they sold out at lightning speed.

Love him or hate him, Pete Doherty is one of the most talked about musicians of the past 20 years. The Libertines and Babyshambles frontman is also a solo artist in his own right as well as receiving praise from critics and fans alike for his painted artwork.

Pete has finally confirmed a comeback tour: recent sets have been career spanning but as always the 21st century musical badboy can be relied upon to deliver some surprises.

Support for the gig has still to be announced.

Tickets £22.50, age limit over 14s only: on sale today at and from 9am tomorrow (Saturday) at
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