Jayne County: Man enough to be a Woman Trailer (2005)
"Infamous. Incendiary. Legendary. Finally caught on film!"29 June 2005Music41 mins
Veteran trannsexual performer Jayne County (formerly Wayne County) captured on film performing a storming full show with her backing group The Electric Chairs at Blackpool's "Holidays In The Sun" festival in 1996. Setlist: I Hate Today, Night Time, Wonder Woman, Paranoia Paradise, Bad In Bed, Are you a Boy or are you a Girl?, Man enough to be a Woman, Rock & Roll Resurrection, (If You Don't Want To F*ck Me) F*ck Off, Brainwashed.
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