Maggie &Pauline (Stratford Upon Avon) - 23/03/2003
Great to see a review of this wonderful dance. Although this dance has been around for a couple of years, we still dance and have it requested. Another Peter M. great. Music is amazing by Keith Urban. Fast and attitude dance forever on the dance floor. Can be picked out to fast music from a live group. Come on Instructors look this one up and teach, your class will love it.
Nottingham Outlaws - 23/03/2003
Shame no one has reviewed this. I suppose it was written way before reviews were done.I am just teaching it again to my improver class who have only started dancing in the last 6 months. It is a great one wall line dance that still packs the floor after years.
Olav Noestvold - 23/03/2003
Val S - 23/03/2003
Lots of steps but easy to do. Hope it catches on.
Keith Davies (choreographer) - 22/03/2003
This dance was recently nominated for Australian Line Dance of the Year 2002 (Tamworth - January 2003) and was number two on the Steppin' Allover Magazine (Victoria, Australia)Top 10 Dances For 2002.
Rachel - 22/03/2003
I absolutly love this dance i think it is such a nice dance to do and the music is brilliant! Well done again girls keep up the good work!
ashlee white - 22/03/2003
Saw the dance done in las vegas. Fits the music well and is easy enough for low intermediates. Nice, upbeat song!
Jack - 21/03/2003
Yet another dance with multiple tags. If choreographers can't be bothered to find music that fits their dance without tags, then I can no longer be bothered doing the dance. A MISS as far as I'm concerned.
David of Lincoln Lone Stars - 21/03/2003
Being doing this dance a while but unfortunately still haven't got around to teaching it. First time I heard the music, I hated it but it soon grows and its a great little dance. In my opinion, the tag in this dance is one of the hardest to spot, although simple to do its so easily missed off!
nottingham outlaws - 21/03/2003
we taught this dance 2/3 years ago and it still fills the floor.brilliant.we do it to the original carpenters music.
Nottingham Outlaws - 21/03/2003
I know this is a late review but was browsing through the dances and felt I had to comment. this dance has consistently been a number one choice in our class for 2 years now.I do not agree with gemma about beginners I think she means improvers.It is always requested in our socials and deserves to be remembered as a classic.it has been popular now for a long time.whereas some of the more recent `award`winners have long been forgotten.
Robbie - 20/03/2003
This is a great beginner dance and can be enjoyed by intermediate dancers as well. Way to go Jo! Keep up the good work!
tricia - 20/03/2003
i think this dance is top dog and well done to catheriene for getting your dance on the internet! luv tricia
Lois - 20/03/2003
Well done Karen, Nice little dance that all the class like right from the start, even the beginners got on ok with it so gets the thumbs up for us
Susan Groves - 20/03/2003
I love the dance, but have come across a difference of opinion in the teaching of a couple of steps in Section 2: Counts: &5-6, &7-8. The step forward right, should it be a huge step forward, or a smallish step. I personally favour the smallish step forward. Normally the choreographers will write; Large step forward; if they want the step exagerated. Does anybody know please?