Jegsy Dodd (born 1958) is an English performance poet from Wirral. He first came to prominence in the 1980's with his backing group, The Sons of Harry Cross, which consisted of Paul Spencer - Drums, Ian Jackson - Bass and Ken Hancock - Guitar. The band didn't make any records until Jegsy Dodd formed The Original Sinners. With The Original Sinners he has released two albums - Wake Up And Smell The Offy (2005) and Loquacious, Loquacious, Loquacious (2008). The track Grumpy Old Men from Wake Up And Smell The Offy reached number one in the 2005 Festive Fifty as voted for by listeners to BBC Radio One's OneMusic shows of Huw Stephens, Rob Da Bank and Ras Kwame. Dodd is also co-author of REDMEN-A Season On The Drink, and Here We Go Gathering Cups in May; Both books are based on his experiences as a fan of Liverpool FC.