Jane Middleton - 13/08/2014
I personally like this dance, it has been a 'grower' for me. The steps fit the music perfectly with a nice quirky ending in the last 8 counts. Disappointing reaction from my classes with only a small number up for it now but those that dance it love it!
Johnny Andersson - 13/08/2014
Great dance and country track
Vikki Morris - 10/08/2014
nice gentle dance which all the bands are now playing, too slow for my class though :-(, i personally think it's a nice little dance
Sheila Shanley - 07/08/2014
Dance that's enjoyed by both classes. Deserves to do well
Marion Brechin - 02/08/2014
This will be my other teach for next week like you Lois I Love the Combination of the steps Well Done Tina X
I only hope the bands from the club i go to here in Edinburgh play this track
Patricia Parsons - 30/07/2014
One of our favourite dances at the moment. Original choreography, we especially love sections 2 & 3. Looking forward to seeing this in the Top 10 where it rightly belongs.
Phil Marson - 29/07/2014
Nice dance from Tina,Great to see the live acts singing this track.. Recieved well in class.
JANE Johnson - 25/07/2014
Sorry Tina for the mistaken identity!!!!Read Gaye`s comments & there it stayed.Old age!!!!! Really hope it does well for you.
JANE Johnson - 25/07/2014
Class favourite at the moment.We all love the dance & the music.Nice steady pace which gives everyone a good chance.Well done Gaye.
Linda Garrett - 23/07/2014
Enjoyed by all at my classes, great country track.
Ethel Ramsey - 16/07/2014
taught today to improver class, most managed quite well, some thought it was a bit two long for to be an improver dance. but after second time through, all enjoyed
Gaye Teather - 07/07/2014
A class favourite in all my improver and intermediate classes. Easy steps, great music with a good storyline and the bands are including this in their sets which is a good sign.
Stephen Rolls - 18/06/2014
Lovely dance that fits perfectly to a great country track. Some different step combinations that will be remembered well by the class, love the reverse rumbas. A smash hit with our class, Thanks Tina
David Spencer - 10/06/2014
I love the reverse rumba box sequence in this dance followed by the sways and chasses. At first you need to concentrate to remember the little "&" count after the rock forward and the final 8 counts may also take a little practice. However, its a fairly gentle paced dance to a powerful country song.
Lorna Dennis - 04/06/2014
Brilliant dance, to a lovely country track, well done Tina
Maureen Bullock - 13/05/2014
Learnt this at Whitby weekend. I love this country track, great lyrics. Well put together flowing dance. I had to think about the tap and heel, coaster section, but soon got there, leaning forward as it rather invites you to, is a no no as can't dance the coaster step.
Rick\'n\'Chris Brodie - 11/05/2014
Agree with Lois's comments.
This dance flows so well - a lovely dance to a great country track. Well done Tina - this dance should do well. Nice to see that the bands are already adding this to their set lists.
Lois Lightfoot - 05/05/2014
Tina Taught this at VWP Hemsby weekend & it was an instant hit, the dance is a neat 64 count two step style to a great Travis Tritt track. There are some interesting step combinations & the heel jack may well catch a few out, one tag at the end of the 3rd wall keeps it in together, it was the most requested teach from the weekend.