After Babyshambles make a loss
Pete Doherty is allegedly on the verge of being broke.
The Babyshambles frontman has made his losses according to accounts filed to cover the year up to April 2006.
According to The Daily Mirror, the singer has not invested his royalties well, while one Babyshambles tour made a loss of £21,737.
The singer’s other business, Babyshambles Limited, made a profit of just £1,910.
However this year should look more promising financially for Doherty, as along with a major label record deal, Babyshambles are set to mount a UK arena tour in November.
The dates are at:
Manchester MEN Arena (November 22)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (23)
Brighton Centre (25)
Bournemouth International Centre (26)
London Wembley Arena (27)
Birmingham NIA (28)
Nottingham Arena (30)
Glasgow SECC (December 1)
To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now.
You can read the complete, behind-the-scenes story of how The Libertines‘ reunion came about in this week’s NME, on sale nationwide now.
With exclusive pictures, and interviews with everyone involved including Barat and Doherty, the next issue goes behind-the-scenes at the gig everyone is talking about.
In the meantime though, you can experience the reunion again, right here on NME.COM:
Check out our blog which was filed live from Hackney Empire.
Read the news report from the show.
Relive the opening night of Doherty’s solo residency.
Did you go to the shows? If so send your pictures, videos and stories to email@example.com with Pete in the subject line now and we’ll publish the best..