Publicity, photos and audio…


© Photo, Steff Hutchinson
Rack and Ruin is a lively folk rock, celtic, roots and ceilidh band, playing pubs, festivals and private parties across the UK. The band play lively jigs and reels interspersed with upbeat traditional folk music and contemporary, original folk rock songs.

Everybody enjoyed the band, from young to old, and were asking me where I had heard about you. It was a really good night. ANNE BIBB

“Thank you to all the band – you were terrific. Everyone had a great night, enjoyed the music and the dancing. It was a memorable evening and we’ve had lots of good feedback about it.” RUTH & TONY LONGONI

All information may be reproduced for publicity purposes only. Playing of any audio files in the public domain or in a broadcast are subject to normal PRS licences and all rights are reserved. Any other distribution of audio material may only be done with the express (written) permission of the Band.

“Magic gig by Rack and Ruin more like that next year – worth coming from Wigan for…” B ROW

Audio downloads
The current album On The Road To… can be streamed on Spotify and downloads are available from most on-line music retailers (like Amazon, iTunes, Apple Music etc). You can hear songs on The Music page.
If you require a track in a non data compressed format (wav) for broadcast then get in touch and let us know and we’ll arrange to send it to you.

In all cases, we’d appreciate an e-mail to let us know where & when it is being used.

“A big thank you to the band. Everyone has said how much they enjoyed themselves and how good you all were. It was a great night, and a brilliant celebration for us.” MAUREEN & ROGER TAYLOR

Publicity Photos
New Photos coming soon. You may also be able to use photos on the Gallery page. The following page contains images of the band suitable for print and other media – but they are not the most up to date!  more>>

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