COMING TO THE ROCK: Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres

LIBERTINES co-frontman Pete Doherty has been added to the Gibraltar calling lineup, joining Take That and Enrique Iglesias.

The Don’t Look Back Into the Sun singer founded his band with fellow songwriter Carl Barat in 1997.


Doherty, 40, then went on to form his next indie group, Babyshambles, in 2003, before also dabbling in modeling, acting and art.

He will take to the stage on the Rock with his new band, Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres, who released their self-titled debut album this year.

GOLDEN BOYS: Take That are among the acts to join Pete Doherty at Gibraltar Calling

Also joining them at the festival, from September 7-8, at Europa Point, will be Rick Astley, Mel C, Liam Gallagher, Goldierocks, Tom Walker, King Calaway, Lighthouse Family, David Essex, Nazareth, Slade, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel.

Tickets start at £85 and are available from

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