The McClymonts heading for home for 10 Years of Hits tour
AFTER 10 years of hits, starting families, working in TV and starring in a movie, The McClymonts are coming home to perform at the Saraton Theatre.
When the sisters were planning their tour, Grafton was high on their priority list of places to visit.
"Grafton obviously had to be one of those," Brooke said about picking the places to visit on their 10 Years of Hits anniversary tour.
"We wrote that one down first," Sam said.
"We really aren't doing many shows... we probably won't play here for a couple of years so that's why we wanted to include it in the 10 years and make it a big one at the Saraton," she added.
Since kicking off their career, the three sisters have put out 19 charting singles, gold albums, multiple awards and sold out shows across the Australia and the US, but that doesn't stop them from being nervous about performing in their home town.
"Its actually nerve-wracking," Brooke said about playing for a Graftonian audience.
"It's sort of weird looking out in the audience and seeing people you've grown up with or your family, cause usually you don't know people in the audience,
"So here you do feel like you're singing in front of a big group of friends," Sam said.
"We always feel good afterwards," Mollie added.
Away from their buys lives on the road, Brooke, Sam and Mollie have been busily working on their own projects.
Brooke found herself with a supporting role and writing a song for the new Australian film Spin Out, directed by comedian Tom Anderson, which is out in September.
Sam has only recently wrapped up the latest season of The Farmer Wants A Wife, and filming for Getaway.
But Mollie has had the most exciting news with the birth of her son Ned only a few months ago.
"We're on his schedule now," Sam said about the new addition to the McClymont family.
"Something so tiny rules the roost," Brooke added.
In between their long list of commitments, the trio has been writing for their new album that they are hoping will come out in January.
After a few days of promotional interviews for their show at the Saraton Theatre, the sisters will be knuckling down to write songs for the new album.
"We've probably got another couple of months of song writing, and then obviously hit the road, do our 10 shows, and then hopefully in September in the studio," Brooke said.
"Tamworth will be here before we know it," she said.
The McClymonts will be playing the Saraton Theatre on Friday, August 5.
For more information, check out their website www.themcclymonts.net.au.