Pete Doherty On Top Form In Brixton Jamm Comeback Gig | Music News
Pete Doherty, who has just made a successful recovery from drugs addiction, has returned to live music in monumental action. He has just played a double set at The Brixton Jamm, in South London, which took place on the 22nd of February. He was reported to have been crowd surfing, and literally putting on a classic Doherty show. He delighted the audience with The Libertines hits, such as “Death On The Stairs” and “Don’t Look Back Into The Sun”, which was the point he crowd surfed. He began his sets with tribute, to the unmeasurable talent of Amy Winehouse, with the song “Flags Of The Old Regime”.
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