"Colonel" Spencer Evoy reached adulthood in Canada before relocating to the UK in search of a damper climate. He brought with him a love of 1950's and early 60's rock and roll music, and a box of 7" records. Pretty soon he found himself DJing in second rate strip clubs and fronting his own rock and roll group, MFC Chicken, who have just released their first 12" LP with Dirty Water Records.
Now, as the host of Spencer's Vintage Inches on Hoxton FM, he brings (along with his resonant and deeply soothing voice) the finest in 50's and 60's party music: Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Surf, Garage, Frat and Beat as well as some modern slices of wax that carry on the wild spirit of this essential music. He sometimes even tells little stories in between songs, or narrates soundtracks to films that have never existed.
He enjoys fried chicken and has nothing against folks with no hands. They can clap with their hearts, he always says.