ピート・ドハーティ katia de vidas。 Pete Doherty

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He is best known for being co-frontman of , which he formed with in 1997. His other musical projects are band and. His father, Peter John Doherty, was a major in the , while his mother, Jacqueline Michels, was a lance-corporal in. His paternal grandfather was an Irish immigrant from in ; his maternal grandfather was Jewish, the son of immigrants from France and Russia. He grew up at a number of army garrisons across Britain and Europe, with his sisters Amy Jo and Emily. Doherty was the second of the three children. It was while living in , aged 11, that Doherty began playing guitar, originally in an attempt to impress a female classmate, Emily Baker. At the age of 16, he won a poetry competition and embarked on a tour of Russia organised by the. After his A-levels, he moved to his grandmother's flat in London — where he said he felt 'destined' to be — and got a job filling graves in Cemetery, although most of his time was spent reading and writing while sitting on gravestones. He attended , a college of the , to study English literature, but left the course after his first year. After leaving university, he moved into a London flat with friend and fellow musician , who had been a classmate of Doherty's older sister at. The group achieved critical and commercial success and gained a dedicated cult following, with Doherty, in particular, being praised by fans and critics alike as one of the most promising songwriters to emerge on the British music scene for some time. However, Doherty's increasing drug problems led to his estrangement from the band. In 2003, he was jailed for burgling Barât's flat. The two initially fell out over this incident, but made amends whilst Doherty was in prison. He was originally sentenced to 6 months, but his sentence was cut to 2 months. Following his rejoining of the band, Doherty sought treatment for his drug addiction. He attended the alternative detox centre , a temple in Thailand, famous for its rehabilitation programme for and heroin users. He left after three days and returned to England. As a consequence of this, The Libertines cancelled appearances that they were due to make at the and festivals. However, while post-production work was taking place on the in June 2004, Doherty was again asked to leave the band. The band cited Doherty's continuing drug addiction as the reason for his dismissal but emphasised their willingness to take him back once he had addressed his addiction. Although Barât had previously stated that The Libertines were merely on hiatus, pending Doherty's recovery, the group effectively disbanded with Doherty's departure at the end of 2004. The remaining members became involved in other projects see and. In 2010 The Libertines reformed for appearances at the. They performed on 27 August at Leeds Festival and on 28 August at Reading Festival. The festival appearances were preluded by two gigs at the on 24 and 25 August. Despite the success of the single, which was nominated for a prestigious for songwriting, Doherty and Wolfman received relatively little money, having already sold the publishing rights for a small sum in a pub. A number of artists and bands, such as , , and , also featured on the track. Main article: Doherty founded Babyshambles towards the end of his time with The Libertines. The group has released three studio albums: , in November 2005, , in October 2007, and , in September 2013. The band's touring schedule and releases have occasionally been disrupted by Doherty's ongoing legal problems. The line-up of the band has changed several times: drummer left the band due to Doherty's drug problems and was replaced by , and guitarist and co-songwriter has also left the band and was replaced by. In August 2006, Babyshambles signed up with major record label , on which they released on 9 December 2006. In January 2007, they signed a long term record deal with Parlophone. In November 2007 Babyshambles played their first arena tour, taking in dates at the in Manchester, the , , London's and Birmingham's. In September 2013, the band's third album was released. On his own, and often with his band, he has continued ' tradition of performing on short notice in small venues. On New Year's Eve 2005, Doherty held a guerrilla gig in his flat where he showcased some of his solo works, many of which later leaked onto the internet. For this occasion he produced, at the suggestion of Bettina Aichbauer, friend of Doherty and owner of the NonStop Kino, a film with the title Spew It Out Your Soul which he showed on-screen during his performance. On 12 July 2008, Doherty played a solo gig at the. It was his biggest solo show so far. The concert was originally scheduled for 26 April, but had to be rescheduled to a later date due to Doherty being sentenced to 14 weeks in prison for breaching probation on 8 April. The solo show did not get the best ratings but was all in all still well received. The gig was forced to an abrupt end during the encore due to a stage invasion by the fans. The website also revealed the track listing of the album and credits. In 2009 Doherty was made an honorary patron of the. All proceeds of single went to The. In May 2016, Peter was joined on his 'Eudaimonia' tour by Drew McConnell bass , Miki Beavis violin , Katia de Vidas keyboard , Stephany Kaberian accordion and Rafa drums. He was also joined by of on guitar, who was support on the tour. In early December 2016, Doherty released the album Hamburg Demonstrations, which had been recorded in the city over a six month period, using mostly session musicians. It was produced by and received favourable reviews. Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres played a gig in Argentina, followed by a week of shows in France including two nights for the reopening of the. They played in London and Manchester Albert Hall in December 2016 and several dates across Europe in February and March 2017. Following European and South American tours and festival appearances, the band recorded their debut album in France during the summer of 2018. Most of Doherty's journals are freely available on the internet. The book, titled The Books of Albion: The Collected Writings of Peter Doherty, was released on 21 June 2007. On 15 May 2007, Doherty exhibited his paintings for the first time. The art exhibition took place at London's Bankrobber Gallery and was on show for one month. The collection featured 14 paintings. The exhibit caused controversy due to artworks made with Doherty's own blood. According to newspapers, anti-drug campaigners were enraged and accused Doherty of glamorising illegal substance abuse. Art experts were similarly unimpressed. He's using his blood to make them interesting, but when you look at them they're what any four-year-old can do. On 22 September 2015, staged an art project in which he pranked a group of paparazzi, dressed up as Doherty and duly found himself splashed over the cover of the newspaper, which had taken him for the real thing. The photos gained praise for depicting a much cleaner and more handsome Doherty. The '50s-style photographs have been compared to images of. The film was screened at the. He has also mentioned and as influences; Doherty and his father were once members of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society. Doherty mentions Hancock, and makes an allusion to his famous phrase 'Stone me! However, numerous literary and musical allusions occur throughout Doherty's ongoing Books of Albion. He places particular importance on the and on existential philosophers such as and. Doherty has also alluded to work by the and. Doherty has supported up-and-coming British bands, such as indie bands and. Doherty is also known to be a devoted follower of football club. A frequent lyrical theme for Doherty is , the ancient name for Great Britain. Doherty also uses 'Albion' as the name of a ship sailing to a utopia called , a place without rules or authority. Doherty and Barât shared a flat in London, at 112a Teesdale Street, , affectionately known as 'The Albion Rooms', despite being rather run down. Doherty named his diaries, in which he writes poems and other thoughts, the. He has pleaded guilty to possession of , heroin, cannabis and. His addictions have resulted in jail time and multiple trips to rehabilitation facilities. Drugs had been so important at some points in his life that in his younger days Doherty worked as a drug dealer to pay for his drug habit, as he admitted to author Peter Welsh in his biography. Doherty stated that he had been a , and that during that time he robbed one of his male clients. In 2003, while Doherty's first band was performing in Japan without him, he broke into Carl Barât's flat and stole various items, including an old guitar and a laptop computer. We have reduced his sentence to two months which will allow for his almost immediate release. On 2 February 2005, Doherty was arrested after an altercation with documentary filmmaker , who was making a about the singer and sold photos of a heroin-smoking Doherty to the tabloids. Doherty and his friend Alan Wass had been charged with robbery and blackmail. On 7 February, he was released on bail after his record company put up £150,000 in bonds. All charges against him were later dropped by the due to a lack of evidence. In late 2007, a photo was published in several newspapers of Doherty allegedly forcing his pet cat to inhale from a crack pipe. On 8 April 2008, Doherty was jailed for 14 weeks by a court for breaching a probation order after a string of brushes with the law for drugs and driving offences. On 18 April 2008, he was moved to a private area of after learning that fellow inmates were planning to attack him, therefore making it safer for the singer. On 6 May 2008, he was released after his sentence was cut in half and a further 18 days were remitted due to a government plan to reduce overcrowding. He also had another two days off for being in police custody after serving just over 4 weeks of a 14-week sentence. Doherty made another attempt to fight his drug addiction in September 2007, when he underwent rehab for six weeks at. However, he relapsed in November 2007 following his appearance at the in Munich. In June 2009, Doherty was arrested in and charged with driving dangerously, while drunk, and in possession of heroin. He was released on a £50,000 bail and after 'guilty' pleas were entered, was asked to return to court on 21 December for sentencing. He was spared jail but was ordered to pay £2,050 in fines, and was banned from driving for 18 months, despite the court hearing Doherty had 21 previous drug offences and six motoring offences. Following his release from court, he was escorted by officers to the nearest police station and re-arrested for possession of a controlled substance, later revealed to be heroin. The following day, 22 December, it emerged that Doherty could be charged with offences linked to a hit-and-run incident, which left a pedestrian in a critical condition. His manager, Andrew Boyd, appeared in court charged with a number of offences relating to the incident. While Doherty was in Gloucester court on 21 December, heroin fell out of his coat pocket. He was arrested for possession and was convicted for this offence at the same court on 27 January 2010. He was fined £750 and ordered to pay £85 court costs. On 11 March 2010, Lowestoft magistrates fined Doherty £500 and banned him from driving for 12 months for allowing his car to be used uninsured by his manager. On 19 March 2010, he was arrested on. He was reported to be on bail until April 2010. On 18 October 2010, Doherty was summoned to court for cocaine possession. In March 2011 he pleaded guilty to possession, and was granted unconditional bail until sentencing on 20 May. On 20 May, Doherty was sentenced to 6 months in jail for possession of cocaine, following the inquiry into the death of Robin Whitehead. In October 2014, Doherty was admitted to the in Thailand. He announced plans to start a foundation with the centre to help struggling addicts. In January 2015, it was announced that Doherty had successfully completed his rehab treatment. However, in August 2017 it was revealed that he had been found with heroin in his car while travelling through Italy. He was also found to be driving with an invalid licence. Since moving to Margate in 2017 Doherty has been arrested by Kent police on numerous occasions. January 2019 he was held for 48 hours and questioned. Charges of drug possession and several driving-related offences were later dropped. In November 2019 Doherty was arrested in Paris, France on drugs possession charges. Doherty's father, Peter John Doherty, is a retired major in the British army. After numerous attempts to persuade him to make a serious attempt at rehabilitation, in early 2005 Doherty's father decided he was tired of broken promises and vowed not to see his son again until he was clean of drugs. He was visibly upset and had to politely ask the interviewer at one point to stop filming. In October 2007, Doherty explained in an interview with the show Front Row that he had briefly reconciled with his father after three years when his father visited him in rehab, but were estranged again over drugs. Doherty has had a tumultuous relationship with , frequently covered by the press. They met in January 2005 at Moss' 31st birthday party and had an on-off relationship for several years. Moss had also taken to singing at some of Doherty's shows. On 11 April 2007, Doherty announced Moss as his fiancée during the first of his solo gigs at the , London, at which Moss also performed. Doherty planned to marry Moss during the summer 2007. Since July 2007, Moss and Doherty have broken up. In October 2007, Doherty was briefly engaged to fashion model. Doherty has a son, Astile born 2003 , with singer. Doherty's second child, a daughter, was born in December 2011 to South African model Lindi Hingston. In July 2008, Rolling Stone reporter Claire Hoffman asked about her relationship with Doherty. A lot of them are more - I wouldn't say spiritual, but they relate more to the imagination and the individual. But for me socialism is a way of trying to put far-fetched ideas into everyday use, trying to find a way to bridge the gap between that fantasy and reality, and reaching out across that gap to the people who can actually do something to make the change. Many of his vintage guitars and amplifiers have been destroyed in various domestic incidents. Used throughout the early Libertines gigs. From Albion to Shangri-La: Journals and Tour Diaries 2008 - 2013'. The following year he was placed at No.

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He is best known for being co-frontman of , which he formed with in 1997. His other musical projects are band and. His father, Peter John Doherty, was a major in the , while his mother, Jacqueline Michels, was a lance-corporal in. His paternal grandfather was an Irish immigrant from in ; his maternal grandfather was Jewish, the son of immigrants from France and Russia. He grew up at a number of army garrisons across Britain and Europe, with his sisters Amy Jo and Emily. Doherty was the second of the three children. It was while living in , aged 11, that Doherty began playing guitar, originally in an attempt to impress a female classmate, Emily Baker. At the age of 16, he won a poetry competition and embarked on a tour of Russia organised by the. After his A-levels, he moved to his grandmother's flat in London — where he said he felt 'destined' to be — and got a job filling graves in Cemetery, although most of his time was spent reading and writing while sitting on gravestones. He attended , a college of the , to study English literature, but left the course after his first year. After leaving university, he moved into a London flat with friend and fellow musician , who had been a classmate of Doherty's older sister at. The group achieved critical and commercial success and gained a dedicated cult following, with Doherty, in particular, being praised by fans and critics alike as one of the most promising songwriters to emerge on the British music scene for some time. However, Doherty's increasing drug problems led to his estrangement from the band. In 2003, he was jailed for burgling Barât's flat. The two initially fell out over this incident, but made amends whilst Doherty was in prison. He was originally sentenced to 6 months, but his sentence was cut to 2 months. Following his rejoining of the band, Doherty sought treatment for his drug addiction. He attended the alternative detox centre , a temple in Thailand, famous for its rehabilitation programme for and heroin users. He left after three days and returned to England. As a consequence of this, The Libertines cancelled appearances that they were due to make at the and festivals. However, while post-production work was taking place on the in June 2004, Doherty was again asked to leave the band. The band cited Doherty's continuing drug addiction as the reason for his dismissal but emphasised their willingness to take him back once he had addressed his addiction. Although Barât had previously stated that The Libertines were merely on hiatus, pending Doherty's recovery, the group effectively disbanded with Doherty's departure at the end of 2004. The remaining members became involved in other projects see and. In 2010 The Libertines reformed for appearances at the. They performed on 27 August at Leeds Festival and on 28 August at Reading Festival. The festival appearances were preluded by two gigs at the on 24 and 25 August. Despite the success of the single, which was nominated for a prestigious for songwriting, Doherty and Wolfman received relatively little money, having already sold the publishing rights for a small sum in a pub. A number of artists and bands, such as , , and , also featured on the track. Main article: Doherty founded Babyshambles towards the end of his time with The Libertines. The group has released three studio albums: , in November 2005, , in October 2007, and , in September 2013. The band's touring schedule and releases have occasionally been disrupted by Doherty's ongoing legal problems. The line-up of the band has changed several times: drummer left the band due to Doherty's drug problems and was replaced by , and guitarist and co-songwriter has also left the band and was replaced by. In August 2006, Babyshambles signed up with major record label , on which they released on 9 December 2006. In January 2007, they signed a long term record deal with Parlophone. In November 2007 Babyshambles played their first arena tour, taking in dates at the in Manchester, the , , London's and Birmingham's. In September 2013, the band's third album was released. On his own, and often with his band, he has continued ' tradition of performing on short notice in small venues. On New Year's Eve 2005, Doherty held a guerrilla gig in his flat where he showcased some of his solo works, many of which later leaked onto the internet. For this occasion he produced, at the suggestion of Bettina Aichbauer, friend of Doherty and owner of the NonStop Kino, a film with the title Spew It Out Your Soul which he showed on-screen during his performance. On 12 July 2008, Doherty played a solo gig at the. It was his biggest solo show so far. The concert was originally scheduled for 26 April, but had to be rescheduled to a later date due to Doherty being sentenced to 14 weeks in prison for breaching probation on 8 April. The solo show did not get the best ratings but was all in all still well received. The gig was forced to an abrupt end during the encore due to a stage invasion by the fans. The website also revealed the track listing of the album and credits. In 2009 Doherty was made an honorary patron of the. All proceeds of single went to The. In May 2016, Peter was joined on his 'Eudaimonia' tour by Drew McConnell bass , Miki Beavis violin , Katia de Vidas keyboard , Stephany Kaberian accordion and Rafa drums. He was also joined by of on guitar, who was support on the tour. In early December 2016, Doherty released the album Hamburg Demonstrations, which had been recorded in the city over a six month period, using mostly session musicians. It was produced by and received favourable reviews. Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres played a gig in Argentina, followed by a week of shows in France including two nights for the reopening of the. They played in London and Manchester Albert Hall in December 2016 and several dates across Europe in February and March 2017. Following European and South American tours and festival appearances, the band recorded their debut album in France during the summer of 2018. Most of Doherty's journals are freely available on the internet. The book, titled The Books of Albion: The Collected Writings of Peter Doherty, was released on 21 June 2007. On 15 May 2007, Doherty exhibited his paintings for the first time. The art exhibition took place at London's Bankrobber Gallery and was on show for one month. The collection featured 14 paintings. The exhibit caused controversy due to artworks made with Doherty's own blood. According to newspapers, anti-drug campaigners were enraged and accused Doherty of glamorising illegal substance abuse. Art experts were similarly unimpressed. He's using his blood to make them interesting, but when you look at them they're what any four-year-old can do. On 22 September 2015, staged an art project in which he pranked a group of paparazzi, dressed up as Doherty and duly found himself splashed over the cover of the newspaper, which had taken him for the real thing. The photos gained praise for depicting a much cleaner and more handsome Doherty. The '50s-style photographs have been compared to images of. The film was screened at the. He has also mentioned and as influences; Doherty and his father were once members of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society. Doherty mentions Hancock, and makes an allusion to his famous phrase 'Stone me! However, numerous literary and musical allusions occur throughout Doherty's ongoing Books of Albion. He places particular importance on the and on existential philosophers such as and. Doherty has also alluded to work by the and. Doherty has supported up-and-coming British bands, such as indie bands and. Doherty is also known to be a devoted follower of football club. A frequent lyrical theme for Doherty is , the ancient name for Great Britain. Doherty also uses 'Albion' as the name of a ship sailing to a utopia called , a place without rules or authority. Doherty and Barât shared a flat in London, at 112a Teesdale Street, , affectionately known as 'The Albion Rooms', despite being rather run down. Doherty named his diaries, in which he writes poems and other thoughts, the. He has pleaded guilty to possession of , heroin, cannabis and. His addictions have resulted in jail time and multiple trips to rehabilitation facilities. Drugs had been so important at some points in his life that in his younger days Doherty worked as a drug dealer to pay for his drug habit, as he admitted to author Peter Welsh in his biography. Doherty stated that he had been a , and that during that time he robbed one of his male clients. In 2003, while Doherty's first band was performing in Japan without him, he broke into Carl Barât's flat and stole various items, including an old guitar and a laptop computer. We have reduced his sentence to two months which will allow for his almost immediate release. On 2 February 2005, Doherty was arrested after an altercation with documentary filmmaker , who was making a about the singer and sold photos of a heroin-smoking Doherty to the tabloids. Doherty and his friend Alan Wass had been charged with robbery and blackmail. On 7 February, he was released on bail after his record company put up £150,000 in bonds. All charges against him were later dropped by the due to a lack of evidence. In late 2007, a photo was published in several newspapers of Doherty allegedly forcing his pet cat to inhale from a crack pipe. On 8 April 2008, Doherty was jailed for 14 weeks by a court for breaching a probation order after a string of brushes with the law for drugs and driving offences. On 18 April 2008, he was moved to a private area of after learning that fellow inmates were planning to attack him, therefore making it safer for the singer. On 6 May 2008, he was released after his sentence was cut in half and a further 18 days were remitted due to a government plan to reduce overcrowding. He also had another two days off for being in police custody after serving just over 4 weeks of a 14-week sentence. Doherty made another attempt to fight his drug addiction in September 2007, when he underwent rehab for six weeks at. However, he relapsed in November 2007 following his appearance at the in Munich. In June 2009, Doherty was arrested in and charged with driving dangerously, while drunk, and in possession of heroin. He was released on a £50,000 bail and after 'guilty' pleas were entered, was asked to return to court on 21 December for sentencing. He was spared jail but was ordered to pay £2,050 in fines, and was banned from driving for 18 months, despite the court hearing Doherty had 21 previous drug offences and six motoring offences. Following his release from court, he was escorted by officers to the nearest police station and re-arrested for possession of a controlled substance, later revealed to be heroin. The following day, 22 December, it emerged that Doherty could be charged with offences linked to a hit-and-run incident, which left a pedestrian in a critical condition. His manager, Andrew Boyd, appeared in court charged with a number of offences relating to the incident. While Doherty was in Gloucester court on 21 December, heroin fell out of his coat pocket. He was arrested for possession and was convicted for this offence at the same court on 27 January 2010. He was fined £750 and ordered to pay £85 court costs. On 11 March 2010, Lowestoft magistrates fined Doherty £500 and banned him from driving for 12 months for allowing his car to be used uninsured by his manager. On 19 March 2010, he was arrested on. He was reported to be on bail until April 2010. On 18 October 2010, Doherty was summoned to court for cocaine possession. In March 2011 he pleaded guilty to possession, and was granted unconditional bail until sentencing on 20 May. On 20 May, Doherty was sentenced to 6 months in jail for possession of cocaine, following the inquiry into the death of Robin Whitehead. In October 2014, Doherty was admitted to the in Thailand. He announced plans to start a foundation with the centre to help struggling addicts. In January 2015, it was announced that Doherty had successfully completed his rehab treatment. However, in August 2017 it was revealed that he had been found with heroin in his car while travelling through Italy. He was also found to be driving with an invalid licence. Since moving to Margate in 2017 Doherty has been arrested by Kent police on numerous occasions. January 2019 he was held for 48 hours and questioned. Charges of drug possession and several driving-related offences were later dropped. In November 2019 Doherty was arrested in Paris, France on drugs possession charges. Doherty's father, Peter John Doherty, is a retired major in the British army. After numerous attempts to persuade him to make a serious attempt at rehabilitation, in early 2005 Doherty's father decided he was tired of broken promises and vowed not to see his son again until he was clean of drugs. He was visibly upset and had to politely ask the interviewer at one point to stop filming. In October 2007, Doherty explained in an interview with the show Front Row that he had briefly reconciled with his father after three years when his father visited him in rehab, but were estranged again over drugs. Doherty has had a tumultuous relationship with , frequently covered by the press. They met in January 2005 at Moss' 31st birthday party and had an on-off relationship for several years. Moss had also taken to singing at some of Doherty's shows. On 11 April 2007, Doherty announced Moss as his fiancée during the first of his solo gigs at the , London, at which Moss also performed. Doherty planned to marry Moss during the summer 2007. Since July 2007, Moss and Doherty have broken up. In October 2007, Doherty was briefly engaged to fashion model. Doherty has a son, Astile born 2003 , with singer. Doherty's second child, a daughter, was born in December 2011 to South African model Lindi Hingston. In July 2008, Rolling Stone reporter Claire Hoffman asked about her relationship with Doherty. A lot of them are more - I wouldn't say spiritual, but they relate more to the imagination and the individual. But for me socialism is a way of trying to put far-fetched ideas into everyday use, trying to find a way to bridge the gap between that fantasy and reality, and reaching out across that gap to the people who can actually do something to make the change. Many of his vintage guitars and amplifiers have been destroyed in various domestic incidents. Used throughout the early Libertines gigs. From Albion to Shangri-La: Journals and Tour Diaries 2008 - 2013'. The following year he was placed at No.

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He is best known for being co-frontman of , which he formed with in 1997. His other musical projects are band and. His father, Peter John Doherty, was a major in the , while his mother, Jacqueline Michels, was a lance-corporal in. His paternal grandfather was an Irish immigrant from in ; his maternal grandfather was Jewish, the son of immigrants from France and Russia. He grew up at a number of army garrisons across Britain and Europe, with his sisters Amy Jo and Emily. Doherty was the second of the three children. It was while living in , aged 11, that Doherty began playing guitar, originally in an attempt to impress a female classmate, Emily Baker. At the age of 16, he won a poetry competition and embarked on a tour of Russia organised by the. After his A-levels, he moved to his grandmother's flat in London — where he said he felt 'destined' to be — and got a job filling graves in Cemetery, although most of his time was spent reading and writing while sitting on gravestones. He attended , a college of the , to study English literature, but left the course after his first year. After leaving university, he moved into a London flat with friend and fellow musician , who had been a classmate of Doherty's older sister at. The group achieved critical and commercial success and gained a dedicated cult following, with Doherty, in particular, being praised by fans and critics alike as one of the most promising songwriters to emerge on the British music scene for some time. However, Doherty's increasing drug problems led to his estrangement from the band. In 2003, he was jailed for burgling Barât's flat. The two initially fell out over this incident, but made amends whilst Doherty was in prison. He was originally sentenced to 6 months, but his sentence was cut to 2 months. Following his rejoining of the band, Doherty sought treatment for his drug addiction. He attended the alternative detox centre , a temple in Thailand, famous for its rehabilitation programme for and heroin users. He left after three days and returned to England. As a consequence of this, The Libertines cancelled appearances that they were due to make at the and festivals. However, while post-production work was taking place on the in June 2004, Doherty was again asked to leave the band. The band cited Doherty's continuing drug addiction as the reason for his dismissal but emphasised their willingness to take him back once he had addressed his addiction. Although Barât had previously stated that The Libertines were merely on hiatus, pending Doherty's recovery, the group effectively disbanded with Doherty's departure at the end of 2004. The remaining members became involved in other projects see and. In 2010 The Libertines reformed for appearances at the. They performed on 27 August at Leeds Festival and on 28 August at Reading Festival. The festival appearances were preluded by two gigs at the on 24 and 25 August. Despite the success of the single, which was nominated for a prestigious for songwriting, Doherty and Wolfman received relatively little money, having already sold the publishing rights for a small sum in a pub. A number of artists and bands, such as , , and , also featured on the track. Main article: Doherty founded Babyshambles towards the end of his time with The Libertines. The group has released three studio albums: , in November 2005, , in October 2007, and , in September 2013. The band's touring schedule and releases have occasionally been disrupted by Doherty's ongoing legal problems. The line-up of the band has changed several times: drummer left the band due to Doherty's drug problems and was replaced by , and guitarist and co-songwriter has also left the band and was replaced by. In August 2006, Babyshambles signed up with major record label , on which they released on 9 December 2006. In January 2007, they signed a long term record deal with Parlophone. In November 2007 Babyshambles played their first arena tour, taking in dates at the in Manchester, the , , London's and Birmingham's. In September 2013, the band's third album was released. On his own, and often with his band, he has continued ' tradition of performing on short notice in small venues. On New Year's Eve 2005, Doherty held a guerrilla gig in his flat where he showcased some of his solo works, many of which later leaked onto the internet. For this occasion he produced, at the suggestion of Bettina Aichbauer, friend of Doherty and owner of the NonStop Kino, a film with the title Spew It Out Your Soul which he showed on-screen during his performance. On 12 July 2008, Doherty played a solo gig at the. It was his biggest solo show so far. The concert was originally scheduled for 26 April, but had to be rescheduled to a later date due to Doherty being sentenced to 14 weeks in prison for breaching probation on 8 April. The solo show did not get the best ratings but was all in all still well received. The gig was forced to an abrupt end during the encore due to a stage invasion by the fans. The website also revealed the track listing of the album and credits. In 2009 Doherty was made an honorary patron of the. All proceeds of single went to The. In May 2016, Peter was joined on his 'Eudaimonia' tour by Drew McConnell bass , Miki Beavis violin , Katia de Vidas keyboard , Stephany Kaberian accordion and Rafa drums. He was also joined by of on guitar, who was support on the tour. In early December 2016, Doherty released the album Hamburg Demonstrations, which had been recorded in the city over a six month period, using mostly session musicians. It was produced by and received favourable reviews. Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres played a gig in Argentina, followed by a week of shows in France including two nights for the reopening of the. They played in London and Manchester Albert Hall in December 2016 and several dates across Europe in February and March 2017. Following European and South American tours and festival appearances, the band recorded their debut album in France during the summer of 2018. Most of Doherty's journals are freely available on the internet. The book, titled The Books of Albion: The Collected Writings of Peter Doherty, was released on 21 June 2007. On 15 May 2007, Doherty exhibited his paintings for the first time. The art exhibition took place at London's Bankrobber Gallery and was on show for one month. The collection featured 14 paintings. The exhibit caused controversy due to artworks made with Doherty's own blood. According to newspapers, anti-drug campaigners were enraged and accused Doherty of glamorising illegal substance abuse. Art experts were similarly unimpressed. He's using his blood to make them interesting, but when you look at them they're what any four-year-old can do. On 22 September 2015, staged an art project in which he pranked a group of paparazzi, dressed up as Doherty and duly found himself splashed over the cover of the newspaper, which had taken him for the real thing. The photos gained praise for depicting a much cleaner and more handsome Doherty. The '50s-style photographs have been compared to images of. The film was screened at the. He has also mentioned and as influences; Doherty and his father were once members of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society. Doherty mentions Hancock, and makes an allusion to his famous phrase 'Stone me! However, numerous literary and musical allusions occur throughout Doherty's ongoing Books of Albion. He places particular importance on the and on existential philosophers such as and. Doherty has also alluded to work by the and. Doherty has supported up-and-coming British bands, such as indie bands and. Doherty is also known to be a devoted follower of football club. A frequent lyrical theme for Doherty is , the ancient name for Great Britain. Doherty also uses 'Albion' as the name of a ship sailing to a utopia called , a place without rules or authority. Doherty and Barât shared a flat in London, at 112a Teesdale Street, , affectionately known as 'The Albion Rooms', despite being rather run down. Doherty named his diaries, in which he writes poems and other thoughts, the. He has pleaded guilty to possession of , heroin, cannabis and. His addictions have resulted in jail time and multiple trips to rehabilitation facilities. Drugs had been so important at some points in his life that in his younger days Doherty worked as a drug dealer to pay for his drug habit, as he admitted to author Peter Welsh in his biography. Doherty stated that he had been a , and that during that time he robbed one of his male clients. In 2003, while Doherty's first band was performing in Japan without him, he broke into Carl Barât's flat and stole various items, including an old guitar and a laptop computer. We have reduced his sentence to two months which will allow for his almost immediate release. On 2 February 2005, Doherty was arrested after an altercation with documentary filmmaker , who was making a about the singer and sold photos of a heroin-smoking Doherty to the tabloids. Doherty and his friend Alan Wass had been charged with robbery and blackmail. On 7 February, he was released on bail after his record company put up £150,000 in bonds. All charges against him were later dropped by the due to a lack of evidence. In late 2007, a photo was published in several newspapers of Doherty allegedly forcing his pet cat to inhale from a crack pipe. On 8 April 2008, Doherty was jailed for 14 weeks by a court for breaching a probation order after a string of brushes with the law for drugs and driving offences. On 18 April 2008, he was moved to a private area of after learning that fellow inmates were planning to attack him, therefore making it safer for the singer. On 6 May 2008, he was released after his sentence was cut in half and a further 18 days were remitted due to a government plan to reduce overcrowding. He also had another two days off for being in police custody after serving just over 4 weeks of a 14-week sentence. Doherty made another attempt to fight his drug addiction in September 2007, when he underwent rehab for six weeks at. However, he relapsed in November 2007 following his appearance at the in Munich. In June 2009, Doherty was arrested in and charged with driving dangerously, while drunk, and in possession of heroin. He was released on a £50,000 bail and after 'guilty' pleas were entered, was asked to return to court on 21 December for sentencing. He was spared jail but was ordered to pay £2,050 in fines, and was banned from driving for 18 months, despite the court hearing Doherty had 21 previous drug offences and six motoring offences. Following his release from court, he was escorted by officers to the nearest police station and re-arrested for possession of a controlled substance, later revealed to be heroin. The following day, 22 December, it emerged that Doherty could be charged with offences linked to a hit-and-run incident, which left a pedestrian in a critical condition. His manager, Andrew Boyd, appeared in court charged with a number of offences relating to the incident. While Doherty was in Gloucester court on 21 December, heroin fell out of his coat pocket. He was arrested for possession and was convicted for this offence at the same court on 27 January 2010. He was fined £750 and ordered to pay £85 court costs. On 11 March 2010, Lowestoft magistrates fined Doherty £500 and banned him from driving for 12 months for allowing his car to be used uninsured by his manager. On 19 March 2010, he was arrested on. He was reported to be on bail until April 2010. On 18 October 2010, Doherty was summoned to court for cocaine possession. In March 2011 he pleaded guilty to possession, and was granted unconditional bail until sentencing on 20 May. On 20 May, Doherty was sentenced to 6 months in jail for possession of cocaine, following the inquiry into the death of Robin Whitehead. In October 2014, Doherty was admitted to the in Thailand. He announced plans to start a foundation with the centre to help struggling addicts. In January 2015, it was announced that Doherty had successfully completed his rehab treatment. However, in August 2017 it was revealed that he had been found with heroin in his car while travelling through Italy. He was also found to be driving with an invalid licence. Since moving to Margate in 2017 Doherty has been arrested by Kent police on numerous occasions. January 2019 he was held for 48 hours and questioned. Charges of drug possession and several driving-related offences were later dropped. In November 2019 Doherty was arrested in Paris, France on drugs possession charges. Doherty's father, Peter John Doherty, is a retired major in the British army. After numerous attempts to persuade him to make a serious attempt at rehabilitation, in early 2005 Doherty's father decided he was tired of broken promises and vowed not to see his son again until he was clean of drugs. He was visibly upset and had to politely ask the interviewer at one point to stop filming. In October 2007, Doherty explained in an interview with the show Front Row that he had briefly reconciled with his father after three years when his father visited him in rehab, but were estranged again over drugs. Doherty has had a tumultuous relationship with , frequently covered by the press. They met in January 2005 at Moss' 31st birthday party and had an on-off relationship for several years. Moss had also taken to singing at some of Doherty's shows. On 11 April 2007, Doherty announced Moss as his fiancée during the first of his solo gigs at the , London, at which Moss also performed. Doherty planned to marry Moss during the summer 2007. Since July 2007, Moss and Doherty have broken up. In October 2007, Doherty was briefly engaged to fashion model. Doherty has a son, Astile born 2003 , with singer. Doherty's second child, a daughter, was born in December 2011 to South African model Lindi Hingston. In July 2008, Rolling Stone reporter Claire Hoffman asked about her relationship with Doherty. A lot of them are more - I wouldn't say spiritual, but they relate more to the imagination and the individual. But for me socialism is a way of trying to put far-fetched ideas into everyday use, trying to find a way to bridge the gap between that fantasy and reality, and reaching out across that gap to the people who can actually do something to make the change. Many of his vintage guitars and amplifiers have been destroyed in various domestic incidents. Used throughout the early Libertines gigs. From Albion to Shangri-La: Journals and Tour Diaries 2008 - 2013'. The following year he was placed at No.

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