According to MonstersAndCritics.com, British rockers Babyshambles are returning to the road following the conclusion of the court case surrounding troubled lead singer Pete Doherty.
The band's frontman was found guilty of possessing class A drugs but avoided a jail sentence and was instead handed a 12-month community order. Doherty is now free to return to the music scene and Babyshambles have said they are keen to play the dates they had to cancel last month in Bristol, Glasgow, Newcastle and London.
The 26-year-old former Libertines singer has been ordered to attend a drug rehabilitation programme and could face prison if he fails to complete it. But this is unlikely to infringe on the band's rearranged tour which begins at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire tonight and ends at Manchester Academy on Sunday.
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