Preston becomes a DJ

The Ordinary Boy takes to the airwaves

The Ordinary BoysPreston is present his own radio show.

The singer will present four Sunday afternoon shows starting from March 19 on Virgin Radio.

“Being in a band means music is a massive part of my life – the chance to be a DJ is one in a million. I can’t wait,” said Preston of his new move.


Music for the show will apparently include a mix of music from the UK album chart including the likes of “Arctic Monkeys and Kaiser Chiefs”. The show will also feature guests.

Meanwhile The Ordinary Boys are kicking off their new tour in Dublin tonight (March 16) before playing dates around Ireland and the UK.


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