Dougie is the bass player and backing vocalist of british pop-rock band McFly. He has co-writer credits on many of McFly's tracks, including the lead writer credit on their 2007 number one single "Transylvania". Poynter also wrote an unrecorded track called Silence Is A Scary Sound, which is featured as a live recording on their third studio album Motion In The Ocean. Poynter was 15 when he joined the band. Because of his young age, Dougie and the other members of McFly hold the record for the youngest band to ever have a debut album go straight to number one, a record previously held by The Beatles. McFly are currently recording their 6th studio album... keep reading.
November 27 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, Waterstones Braehead - Glasgow
December 2 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, WHSmith Selfridges - London
December 3 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, Waterstones - Southampton
December 10 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, Waterstones - Birmingham
December 11 - The Christmasaurus Grotto Tour, WHSmith Sheffield Fargate - Sheffield
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ITV brings together a host of stars for a one-hour entertainment special, From The Heart, on 13 February at 9pm.
Raising awareness of organ donation and the NHS Organ Donor Register, the show is hosted by Dermot O’Leary and will feature a range of musical and comedy treats from famous faces including Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Laurie, Pixie Lott, Harry Enfield, Paul Whitehouse and some of the cast from from Outnumbered.
Performances on the night come from Jools Holland his 17 piece Rhythm and Blues orchestra, and pop bandMcFly, who have been training with some of the inspirational members of the GB Transplant Games sports team.
Meanwhile, Alexandra Burke is in the studio with her mother Melissa Bell, as the pair reflect on their four year wait for Melissa to undergo a kidney transplant. Alexandra will also perform.