Via the NME:

Babyshambles man commits cardinal sin at Liverpool gig

Pete Doherty played a surprise gig in Liverpool last Friday ( August 8) – but upset much of the crowd after a choosing controversial setlist.

Playing at The Studio – an Everton venue – Doherty launched into a version of Liverpool’s anthem ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.

But despite the crowd erupting into a chorus of boos and even throwing drinks at the singer, Doherty, a fan of Queens Park Rangers, still persevered and performed the song it in its entirety.

Doherty also took the opportunity to play The Libertines’ ‘Breck Road Lover’, a song that takes its name from an area of Liverpool where the singer spent some of his childhood.

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