Denise Nicholls Dixie Kickers - 12/10/2005
Taught this to my beginners last night,they loved it,even my other dancers enjoyed the recap from many moons ago.Also danced it to The ryes Xmas hooked on country,beginners were in fits of laughter at the end because of the speed towards the end of jingle bells
Kim Heyde - 24/01/2003
A really fun dance, down to basic linedance to fun music. Everybody loves it
Carol - 03/01/2003
This is an all time classic. We have had so much fun doing this dance for years.
Maggie & Pauline (Stratford Upon Avon) - 31/12/2002
This is one of the classic favourites enjoyed by the club as a starter or finish dance which can vary with different speed country music, another fun classic we must keep going.
karen and nita - 02/12/2002
another golden classic. this still gets em dancing on the floor and we still teach it to our new starters.
KarenSweet - 29/11/2002
This has always been one of my old time favourites as it was one of the first dances I learn myself. I teach it to beginners.
Mike Taylor - 20/11/2002
Nice notes within the header. Lurve the song suits Lee Ann's voice to a 'T'. Bit sanitized but good. The dance is a peach to learn with some very nice gliding moves. Will it be a hit..only time will tell.
Jean Barlow - 20/05/2002
One one the good, classic dances which is still taught to all Beginner dancers. Good to the Atlanta Pops Orchestra but for a change try it to Ghostriders by Appalusa on Fever 6 - it livens it up no end and makes a change for the rather blase intermediate dancer who otherwise maybe wouldn't bother getting up to do it!
David Lean ( Tramline Stompers ) - 25/04/2002
Another classic that's stood the test of time, even better now the music is more readily available, the track I've got is by the Tennesse Pops Orchestra. This dance is very popular at both of my classes and is called for every week.