Mic Spenceley began calling for social dances at Ramsgate Folk Dance Club in 1975. He soon built a reputation for a light-hearted approach to a wide repertoire of dances of all styles; English, American, Contras, Ceilidh, Playford etc. Since then he has called for folk dance clubs all over the country and at festivals in Bedworth, Broadstairs, Bromyard, Chippenham, Eastbourne, Sidmouth and Whitby. He has called with many of the UK's top bands including Asha, Climax Ceilidh Band, The Ceilidh Chasers, Cat’s Claw, The Cock and Bull Band, The Falconers, Fiddlin' Around, Juice, Junction 24, Blue Mountain, Wild Thyme, Peeping Tom, Portland Drive, Weston Country Dance Band, English Mustard, Dargason, Alterations, Cat's Whiskers, 3D, Ring O' Bells. Mic plays double bass and has played with The Falconers, Smith Square, The Rigadoons, The Ranchers, Ring O' Bells and the Dave Brown Band. He is based in South Wales where he also plays with the community band "Thingumijigs" at Llantwit Major.