Mick Bisiker (b. 3 July 1958, Redhill, Surrey, Britain; electric guitar, vocals) and Al Romanov (b. Ralph Allin, 29 Feb 1964, Halesowen, Birmingham, Britain; fiddle) began functioning being a duo in the summertime of 1987. Educated on traditional electric guitar and piano, Bisiker acquired started performing in folk night clubs during the past due 70s, and went the college or university folk golf club in Birmingham for 3 years until 1983. From performing inside a duo, Cogglers Awl, with Roger Huckle (acoustic guitar), then they added Clair Davenport (flute) and John Davis (bass), and shaped Falstaff, which created an independent launch in 1982. Bisiker and Romanov had been well received if they began to play frequently at celebrations and in night clubs for the folk circuit, as well as the attendant launch of Bisiker And Romanov, on Fellside, was similarly appreciated. The recording earned the Music Merchants Association Award in 1988 to discover the best Folk Recording Of THE ENTIRE YEAR. Eventually both parted, as Romanov wanted to pursue a traditional music route. Bisiker continued inside a single capability until 1995 when he shaped the Music group Of Rack And Wreck recruiting Keith Butterfield, John Davis, Phil Wright, and John Huge. After many personal changes over time the line-up in the middle-00s comprise Bisiker, Nigel Ward (fiddle/acoustic guitar), Chris Radley (bass), and Duncan Arrow (drums). The music group have released CRISIS, Both Ends Of THE ROAD, and Ball & String.