Pete Doherty and Graham Coxon play acoustic show

Blur man joins the Babyshambler in London

Pete Doherty was joined by Blur‘s Graham Coxon last night (April 22) for an intimate acoustic show in London‘s Proud Gallery.

The star played a set including songs from his Libertines, Babyshambles and solo back catalogue.

Watch fan footage of the show by clicking below.


Starting the gig solo, Doherty was later joined by Coxon for renditions of ‘Arcadie’, ‘Salome’, and then later for set-closer ‘Time For Heroes’.

Coxon wasn’t the only guest on the stage – two ballerinas provided a visual accompaniment to the show, which saw Doherty‘s Babyshambles bandmates Adam Ficek and Drew McConnell hanging out in the crowd.

Pete Doherty played:

‘What A Waster’
‘Love Reign O’er Me’
‘Music When The Lights Go Out’
‘Last Of The English Roses’
‘The Good Old Days’
‘For Lovers’
‘Death On The Stairs’
‘That Bowery Song’
‘The Ha Ha Wall’
‘1939 Returning’
‘Time For Heroes’


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