Sunday, 18 October 2009

Pete Doherty is to collaborate with Towers Of London

Pete Doherty is to collaborate with Towers Of London guitarist Kristian Marr at a London art show on October 23. Doherty has been working on an acoustic set with Marr to perform at the show, which is in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy charity. The night, which is called Rock Renaissance, also features artists, including New Yorker Phil Stein, and London-based Grant Kennedy

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Pete Doherty Prepares New Album With Graham Coxon

The rumors are confirmed: Pete Doherty prepares your new album alone with the collaboration of Graham Coxon, guitarist and principal figure of Blur. There might not be better news for that we are fans of both.

The Babyshambles baterista has confirmed – accidentally to reveal too much – that both are together doing music. First he affirmed that Doherty was working with someone whose name was rhyming with “Layham Hoxon“ later to admit it to the egg whites.

Really if something was talking each other more that a collaboration many we would be pleased, especially those that we believe that in the best of Blur great Coxon had to say, for much that Damon Albarn should take almost the whole credit.

Sunday, 4 October 2009

Pete Doherty Head-Hunted By Tories

Babyshambles star Pete Doherty has been invited to make a keynote speech at Manchester's Conservative Party Conference which begins on Monday.

"We've long wanted to get Mr Peter Doherty aboard", confessed a party activist. "We see him as a fine example for the talented youth of today, particularly since he's made such efforts to get himself off the Aspirin".

"Mr Doherty has been offered a free platform to debate either health issues, street crime or education", he explained. "The entire Shadow Cabinet is agreed that Peter Doherty has the potential to become a Conservative MP because he's in touch with the public and is extremely popular with the vital youth sector of the electorate.

Asked today what subject he'd decided to talk about, Pete Doherty was non-committal. "What's it matter to anyone", he said. "Thing about me joining the Tories is they're OK about creative people like me having more than one job", he explained.

"I've been wanting to duet with Ken Clarke for years and he's already signed for the next Babyshambles tour", he revealed. "Anyone who likes cigars, jazz and beer is a natural friend of mine. Also, William Hague's a bit nippy on the piano so he'll be joining us whenever he's not titting about as Foreign Secretary. Pity he doesn't do coke though".

It's just been announced that Pete Doherty's Conference speech will be on Prison Reform and will be delivered on either Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

Friday, 2 October 2009

Pete Doherty trial date Set ( once again )

In December, Pete Doherty is headed to his home away from home. No, not prison. His other home away from home: the courtroom.

Pete Doherty: Putting British lawyers' kids through college. The Babyshambles rocker, solo artist and pillar of the British legal system appeared yesterday (Oct. 1) to enter an innocent plea on charges of reckless driving in a Gloucester courtroom, according to The Gloucester Shire. The rocker's set to appear Dec. 21 to stand trial on charges of wild driving.