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Meet the Side

Here are some of the team members who make Rackaback what it is today.

Jamie Squire Jamie
Well it started after meeting someone who said "Come and join a Morris Team" and the rest is history. No previous experience but has developed a love of getting involved, in the dance and socially. Even learning the concertina a new interest sparked by the team.
Pam Foreman Pam
Shakin' Stephen Foreman Shakin' Stephen
Rackaback Morris' mascot, he may look grossly under fed but he never misses a dance out! While he may look like a curtain pole studded with bottle caps, he is part of the band being a percussive shaking stick. When not playing he will usually be there guarding the sticks between dances. He was created by & is under the care of Pam.
Stephen Foreman Stephen
Joel Bagman Joel
You'll find me enthusiastically throwing myself into the dances. (still need to get to grips with the bedlam step!) As well as dancing I support the Squire, Foreman and Lead Musician as Bagman.
Sparky Bagman Sparky
New to the game but that's never stopped me before! Usually more at home on an archery range than around dancing people, I've found a home amongst others with similar interests. Loving my time here and long may it continue!! On with the dance!
Andrew Band Leader Andrew
A Hull man. Retired from academic life (boring boring!) and relishing the chance to take part on my accordion in the wonderful British Morris tradition kept going, creatively, by the brilliant Rackaback gang.
Alex Alex
Aly Aly
Amy Amy
Chris Chris
Dancing with Rackaback Border Morris since St George's Day 2014. Previously dancing Cotswold Morris with Lagabag in Suffolk and very previously dancing with Rowhedge Morris (1990s). Favourite dance Craven Stomp. Now taking a break from the dancing but still can be seen shaking a tambourine with the band.
Julie Julie
I first saw Rackaback at one of their events and joined in their last dance( encouraged by my sister) when they asked for volunteers from the public......that was it....I was hooked!!!! I thoroughly enjoy the training with wonderful friendly people and am slowly learning more dances. I have danced as the sun went down in winter and also as it rose on 1st May.....wonderful experiences :-) I get mixed reactions from friends and family when they know I am Morris Dancing......ranging from thinking I'm feeling proud of me. I think it's one of the best things I've ever done!!!!
Keely Keely
Pete Pete
Lacking the discipline to dance in an organised team fashion, I'm a guitaring fraction of the Rackaback band, in those odd moments when I'm not poeting or programming web sites.
Rebecca Rebecca
I first picked up the violin more than two decades ago, and I’ve loved making music ever since. I’ve been a lifelong fan of folk music, but it was seeing the Witchmen dance (and especially seeing their epic band!) in 2009 that made me want to play for a border morris team. Twelve years later, I finally achieved my goal when I joined Rackaback. When I’m not fiddling away in tatters, I’m usually found dancing on a pedalboard creating spontaneously composed electronic soundscapes with violin, guitar, voice and synth.
Roanna Roanna
I've long been interested in Morris dancing, having done some country dancing throughout my rural Norfolk upbringing, but have only recently armed myself with a Border Morris stick; I've been dancing with Rackaback since the Autumn of 2017, and sometimes bring my recorder along, too.
Tessa Tessa
I just love to dance

Other members include Heidi, John