Peggy Bedfordshire - 29/08/2000
I'm singing, laughing and just being funny with this one you really have cracked it Sharon again this is for any age with fun in mind its great keep on trekking Sharon and never stop
Joanne Toms - The Beat (NZ Line Dance Magazine) - 29/08/2000
The Best Day! is a fine example of Stephen's renowned choreography skills. A beautiful dance to a beautiful song, Stephen has a talent for choreographing steps to fit the song, and in this dance he has used some interesting holds and "push-turns" that have made the dance a huge success in New Zealand and Australia. Voted NO.1 dance in New Zealand in July 2000, the dance continues to sit high on the top dance list. Highly recommended.
keith Jenkins - 29/08/2000
NICE DANCE ,GOES WELL WITH THE GOOD MUSIC
DENNIS COTTER - 29/08/2000
another good dance by this choreogragher to follow native american
malcolm peters - 29/08/2000
sharon buck - 28/08/2000
this is a great dance and it is really good for beginners
,the music is also great and its country!
Reg Ashe - 28/08/2000
Rebecca P Over - 28/08/2000
This dance fits the music superbly. Although it is phrased all the steps are straightforward and the music tells you what to do (honestly!). It feels great to dance, looks good too and was one of the favourite dances of those of us who learned it at Barton Hall in July. Give it a try - you won't be disappointed.
Pamela Martin, Preston, Lancashire - 26/08/2000
I taught this dance to a mixed level class and they loved it. Although quite difficult to grasp they all think it is definitely worth the effort as the music is brilliant and the steps very well phrased. Definitely the most popular challenging dance I have taught in a long while.
sarah - 26/08/2000
a very good and enjoyable dance. I hope this dance stays with us for a long time.
Emma McCreery - 26/08/2000
It is a lovely dance with easy steps and fun little rolls it's a fun challenge for beginner dancers and pleasurable for Intermediate and advanced dancers and I recommend anyone to try this dance especially if your a beginner and looking for a challenge.
Sharon Boyd - 25/08/2000
Taught this dance quite some time ago and found it goes great to "Why haven't I heard from you" - Reba McIntyre
Trisha Montgomery - 25/08/2000
A refreshingly simple dance with a mirror imaged first 16 steps. Both tracks of music add to the beauty of the dance and caters for traditionalists and the more modern approach. So easy to dance and one for everyone. Well done sharon
Patricia Real - 25/08/2000
Sharon eally seems to be going for gold with this dance and has introduced the sightly unusual again with the arm movements. The music gets your feet tapping and brings a smile to your face. Keep up the good work Sharon. What are you doing next?
Kay - 25/08/2000
From the previous comments, this is a dance you either like or hate. I like it. Once you get the rhythm of the dance (there is one!), it is lovely to do. It is popular in my area.