Mick Bisiker’s Rack and Ruin – lively folk-rock

Live at Long Lawford Festival Sat 13 July 2024

Mick Bisiker’s Rack and Ruin are a Warwickshire based five-piece folk-rock band playing a mixture of loud and lively folk-rock: fiddle driven traditional songs, sets of tunes and jigs and reels – with added saxophones and whistles.
Rack and Ruin are just as comfortable headlining a large music festival or performing at a wedding, birthday, house concert or other private party.  Our contemporary blend of lively folk rock, celtic, roots music is interwoven with foot-tapping jigs and reels that makes for an enjoyable and entertaining event.

Rack and Ruin do Barn Dances and Ceilidhs too – find out more on our ceilidh band website

Rack and Ruin Live at the Hub Mick Deb Chris

Here’s some tracks off the current album: “On The Road To…”

New York Girls

As I Roved Out

King Of The Fairies Set

Rack and Ruin's fifth album "On The Road To... is now available.
Buy and download on Amazon or iTunes or you can listen on Spotify

You can also buy as a CD at any of the band's gigs, or by emailing band@rackandruin.co.uk

© Photos on this website – Steff Hutchinson, John B Smith, Deb Gomme, Louis Radley, Jude Radley