Sally's first encounters with heavy rock began at a young age, thanks to a hairy biker who lived next door who insisted on making home-made mix tapes for her dad to listen to in the car. From that moment her interest in bands such as ACDC, Iron Maiden, Def Leppard and Whitesnake began and her GCSE revision was left for dust when she discovered the likes of Ugly Kid Joe, Guns n' Roses, Metallica and Pearl Jam and became more than a little obsessed.
During her college years, Sally was a permanent fixture at Shrewsbury's iconic Fridge nightclub, dancing to The Cure, The Sisters of Mercy, Rage Against the Machine and The Dead Kennedys. As well as being appointed cartoonist for the college magazine, she wrote a regular music column-regularly sparking controversy among her peers with her passionate views on what constituted good music (and what certainly did not!). She also developed a love for singing her favourite music, dipping in and out of bands and blasting out a bit of rock on the karaoke. Actually being the lead singer in a 'real' band was a dream that she never thought would ever become a reality.
In September 2019 Sally was given the heads up that a fantastic local band were in need of a vocalist and threw caution to the wind, heading off to meet them. She was stunned and delighted when she was invited to become a part of the great MBB! The rest, as they say, is history-history in the making!
Sally is also a secondary school English teacher and a proud mother of three.