Wendy May has spent her life full of records & gigs, and in the early 80’s she joined the hillbilly punky ska band The Boothill Footappers. label mates with Billy Bragg and the Housemartins, they toured extensively and had a radio hit with their first single “ Get your feet out of my shoes” hailed by the NME as “ the thinking woman’s answer to Tammy Wynette’s “Stand by your Man”.In ‘87 she co-presented the last series of The Tube for Channel 4 whilst also being the only female DJ& “youth presenter” on London’s Capital Radio, giving live sessions to up & coming bands. DJing for the past 35 years, including Glastonbury, Wendy went on to start a club night at Kentish Town’s “Town & Country Club” on Friday nights, “Wendy May’s Locomotion” which regularly pulled in2000 clubbers and is featured in Nick Hornby’s book “ 31 Songs” as he was a regular and big fan. Seen as a welcome alternative to some of the pretentious clubs in London at the time, there was no dress code and the music was soulful, wild and real. Frequented by the likes of Madness, Elvis Costello & Paul Weller, it became home from home for Camden boys The Pogues. Norman Cooke aka Fatboy Slim did one of his first ever DJ sets warming up for Wendy when he was the bass player withThe House martins.