Theo Loyla - 28/11/2013
Been revisiting this one and it is still fab in every way.
Patricia Steffen - 31/05/2008
Nice dance and easy teach to our intermediates.
Love both tracks of music.
Norm Gifford - 23/04/2004
Taught to all my intermediate dancers who all seem to enjoy it. Although I prefer country music for line dancing, the version of Cheek to Cheek by Glenn Rogers has a good beat, and is enjoyable to listen to. Good dances should appeal to the majority of dancers, not just the best dancers.
Jim Miller ( Cudworth Stompers ) - 11/04/2004
A dance well liked by majority of dancers, well choreographed, goes great to the music and dance done by all dancers at my classes even those in the later years of life.
Linda Brooks - 07/04/2004
Had to write this in defence of the music. The music is great and the dance fits it beautifully which is what you would expect from someone as talented as Rob Fowler. It's fabulous, but not liked by all! Suits dancey people more. I had a member of my class saying tonight that she hates it and it makes her feek sick but then she's a fan of Bob Dylon - says it all really! I think it's great and so do most of my class members and I give it 5!!!
Dennis Arney - 07/04/2004
We have been dancing this dance to Mack The Knife by Bryan Setzer for some time now. It really livens the dance up!!! Very popular with my classes.
Jenny - 08/03/2004
nice dance music is awful.
Christine Watson - 04/03/2004
Learnt this dance last night although when the music 'Cheek To Cheek' was played most people groaned but after we had learnt it we then danced it to J'ai Du Boogie and it really makes the dance go with a swing. Time will tell how popular it becomes.
Karen - 22/02/2004
this music is awful can't believe that Rob has put his name to this one,
Sarah & Myra Massey Buckin' Horses LDC - 08/12/2003
Quite a nice little dance! Some of our classes Like it, some don't but you have to try these things out! We think it's a great everybody dance!!
karen and nita - 24/11/2003
taught this cos everybody locally seem to be doing it. it went down ok has a novelty factor nothing hard in the dance cant see it lasting very long at our socials but as it wasnt hard to teach or learn it wont be a problem.
Pamela Stevenson - 20/11/2003
Learnt this dance with Lizzie Clark last weekend. Liked it and came back and taught it to our class on Wednesday. They loved it so well done Rob and Glen Rogers(he sang it live at the weekend and it was great)Hope it goes on and on to become a classic
Hank & Denise - 12/11/2003
Great dance nice and easy and enjoyable. The music is excellent by Glen Rogers. The Frank Sinatra track is great for the listeners but if you dance go for Glen. The song suits his voice perfectly. (support our British bands)
Sue - 04/11/2003
Taught this to my seniors class, went down a storm. It's great to do a dance they all can do and enjoy the music as well.
Val - 26/10/2003
I think this is a great dance, especially the weaving steps at the end, but I hate the music. it could be danced to live music tracks though, which is what I look for in a dance. It could be very versatile. I give it 3 but with better music it could have been 5
Shaz - 24/10/2003
Learnt this at Select Events weekend. Nice and easy and has gone down really well with everyone across the levels - with a few extra arms and singing.
Lin - 18/10/2003
Nice easy dance that you can just relax and enjoy without taxing the brain. My intermediate class loved it, with some beginners joining in and coping well.
Catz - 14/10/2003
The steps are ok. But I don't really like the music, it's just not my kind of thing.
Sue Collick - 14/10/2003
Taught this one last night & it went down a storm. Although 64 counts, it's really easy & fits the music well. I think some of my ladies are now tempted to wear their Ginger Rogers frocks to class!