David Lean ( Tramline Stompers ) - 17/05/2002
I first saw this this dance just over a year ago being taught by Vicki of 'Kick in Country', then taght to my beginners / improvers level. Either you start the dance after 16 counts and finish when the music does, or you start with the vocals and finish 1/2 way through, whatever your style its a good one for the early dancer and is often requested as a end of session dance for the intermediates as well.
Sharon Brizon - 27/04/2001
Love this dance! It's easy enough to allow my beginners to enjoy the great track by Alan Jackson AND listen to its brilliant lyrics!
Lin - 04/04/2001
Well Done! We need more good dances like this to keep the beginners interested.
paula - 27/03/2001
I have taught this dance to my beginners and they really enjoyed it, it is what I call a 'sunday afternoon dance' you don't really have to think about it - you just drift away and dance! Great dance
Susie Gurnett - 13/03/2001
Great to see a good dance that beginners can join in with. New dance, new track, country but not plonky... Winner!!
Nicola Barnett - 12/03/2001
I was taught this dance by Andrew & Simon....What a great little dance. Fits music well and has some clever foot choreography. Well done its going to be a favorite among many dancers.
FREDA - 07/02/2001
Andrews dances are generally very good to watch although sometimes a little complex to learn(especially for us olduns)
James Polson - 06/01/2001
Fantastic country track, suits all levels of dancer from the novice to the most experianced with a clever scuff and brush section.