John Sullivan - 20/11/2000
Great dance and isn't it fun. Lovely to see that Robert has been nominated for the Crystal Boot Awards
Love the Music here too
arianne harkness - 20/11/2000
what an amazing piece of work! a beautiful traditional cha-cha that fits the catchy music wonderfully, even though not perfectly phrased. although tricky in the beginning, the timing of the dance is definately a challenge worth mastering and achievable by all dancers! probably the greatest dance i have ever learned. it deserves to be published and should be a great success!!!!!
Jane Morrell - 19/11/2000
What a versatile little dance. Easy for beginners and the more 'mature' line dancers! Fits well with the music that most of us are familiar with. Should be danced all year round and not just at Xmas. Well done Lynne!
Lynne and Katrina - 19/11/2000
We taught this at our linedance club and they loved it. Easy to teach and easy to pick up. A good one to 'warm up' to.
Lin - 19/11/2000
Everyone in my class loves this dance.It`s a winner.
Garry - 19/11/2000
One of few slow dances that I realy enjoyed.Nice and smooth
Claz - 19/11/2000
Hard at first but once you've got the hang of it excellent
Barbara - 17/11/2000
This is truly a fun dance, goes perfectly to the music. Lot's of energy and the dance keeps you thinking right to the end. Some students are not thrilled with the music but it has seemed to grow on them recently. The steps although a little bland do work wonderfully with the music and the tags more than make up for what they lack. We just love this dance!
Joan Iverness - 17/11/2000
I just loved this dance - and was appreciative that the choreographer took the time to put in the easier alternative steps. Phrasing is superb - especially when you do the running man when he say's keep away from Runaround Sue. This one's a keeper!
Tim Knight - 17/11/2000
What a brilliant dance havent seen anything like it for ages.a breath of fresh air for the linedance comunity.
liam hogan.k8 - 17/11/2000
what a brill dance to dance too, the music ace a bace track just great well done ian dunn and sue green for coming up with this dance for us all to enjoy. when will the next one be on line? i can't wait...
jill knight - 17/11/2000
bit tricky to start with but once learnt great a must for all
Karlene knight - 17/11/2000
I really enjoyed this dance slightly different to all the others it made a nice change not the usual run of the mill fantastic can't wait for more please Ian and Sue
Malcolm Vidler - 16/11/2000
This is a terrific little Beginner dance, Congratulations to the Choreographer Wild Bill.
Susanna - 14/11/2000
I like this one a lot, the music really gets you going! Also divides people to those who love it and to those who hate it... Not very easy at first but by listening to the music you get the hang of it. Which makes me ask, why 2 and 4, because it goes perfectly to walls 3 and 6...