Jan Brookfield - 04/03/2001
A great little dance which really flows well. The music is pleasant and inoffensive and is acceptable to most ears, even those who prefer country. It deserves to be a dance hit for Sue !
claire - 03/03/2001
Try this dance you'll love it coz you can dance it to loads of tunes and its a nice dance for improovers
Julia - 03/03/2001
A super dance!
Catherine - 02/03/2001
I think this is a great dance because it's fast
and fun to dance.
Gillian - 01/03/2001
Absolutely fantastic dance - phrased beautifully to the wonderful music.
Never seena reaction like it to a dance before!! Cheering after the kick section because it just goes so well.
Don't let length of dance put you off, steps are fairly easy, it's just getting used to the order.
Congratulations Max - a surefire 'hit' in my opinion, and hopefully a dance we'll be doing for a long time to come.
sue denning - 01/03/2001
excellent, first class dance, very well received by everyone in our class, a real joy to dance to, well done phil
Allan Beauchamp - 01/03/2001
I'd give 10 hats if possible this dance is so much fun to do,we do need more dnaces like this
margaret - 28/02/2001
This dance is fun. It gets hilarious when people are facing different directions and seem to get "lost" in the dancing.
Nicola Glenc - 28/02/2001
I think this dance is 'The bomb' i totally love it, it fits so well to the music. Don't let the # of counts put you off, it's not hard - It's a fab intermediate dance. Well done Rachael!!
John Dowling - 28/02/2001
What a fantastic dance. A great up-beat version of the song
gives you no option but to get up and give it some. I remember Brian Setzer from hi Stray Cats days and he's lost none of his style. A case of where a line dance and non-country music fit perfectly. Rachael has written a winner!
Keith Zammit - 28/02/2001
Nice simple little dance. I quite like when we do it do "Cannibals" by Mark Knopfler (its on the No.1 Line Dancing Album, they have it in Chelmsford Library)
Keith Zammit - 28/02/2001
Its a really nice dance and song, looks hard but it isn't.
Joanne Brady - 28/02/2001
I learned this at the Crystal Boot Awards and brought it home to my weekly class. It went over extremely well! It can truly be done to any well phrased 32 count upbeat music. Thanks Peter!
Tom B. - 28/02/2001
Finally something other than country to dance to, it really is a "club" song and dance.
Klair Price - 27/02/2001
This is a brilliant, fun dance. As an instructor I found it very easy to break down and teach. My class members think it is great and we believe it has 'staying power'!!! Fantastic.