Posted by Sandra on August 29 2011


Posted by Sandra on August 12 2011

THEY are used to performing in front of thousands of screaming fans in arenas and stadiums around the world.

But at the end of August, pop scoundrels Mcfly will be playing at Hampton Court’s very own summer festival, Jolly Day Out.

It will be a festival of a different kind, with the band sharing a stage with children’s TV characters Charlie and Lola, and Horrible Histories.

Dougie Poynter, 23, bass player in the band, said: “It’ll be something a bit different for us to play a family festival like this one, but we’re all looking forward to it.

“After eight years together, we still enjoy playing live shows, because that’s what we are all about. That’s what we do.

“In fact we enjoy it more than ever now. We certainly have more energy on stage than in the early days because we’re much less nervous about what we’re doing.

“We don’t even have to think about what we’re doing when we’re playing the early stuff. Songs like Five Colours in Her Hair (the band’s first single) just come automatically.
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