Pete Doherty to lead commemorative Camden pub crawl in honor of Amy

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Sunday, 24 July 2011


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Preparations already kicking in ahead of the week-long tribute piss-up

London - The ex-Babyshambles singer will front a week-long wake in tribute to the NW1 singer, arranged by local cultural society Friends of Camden Lock, Stock & Smoking Barrel Enterprises.

Winehouse was the society's iconic poster girl and 'raised millions' alongside Doherty in support of the North London drinking club's coffers.

Their website today posted details of the proposed 'Lady Sings The Booze' route which will take in favorite watering holes from Mornington Crescent to Belsize Park, including the Gallagher Brothers' top-rated Sir Richard Steele from those heady Super Nova Heights days of the 1990s.

Doherty's 'alma mater' The Enterprise near Chalk Farm's Roundhouse will co-sponsor the event and plans to release a special Back-to-Cack tribute ale for the week long memorial.

Recently released on parole from The Scrubs Doherty was unfortunately largely incoherent this morning when reporters called at his Dalston squat for an interview.

He has however amended his mobile phone ringtone to the opening bars of the Beatles' 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps.'

The wake kicks off tonight at 5pm at The World's End's saloon bar.

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