Liz Carr - 27/04/2013
What a fab. dance from Maggie & Chris Hodgson. A sure hit from these two great choreographers. Teaching it on forthcoming monday to class and know they will just love it. Not too difficult and has such a good feel to it as your dancing. Go on,and give it a try, you wont be disappointed.
Patricia Parsons - 23/04/2013
Enjoyed by everyone today at the first teach, danced it twice which is always a good sign. Nothing too difficult, no tags or re-starts either. Can see this one being around for some time and being a top ten hit.
Lisa Bessinger - 10/04/2013
Love it and even better that there are no tags or restarts. I'm sure it will be a big hit as there is nothing too difficult and most dancers should be able to master it quite quickly.
Vikki Morris - 09/04/2013
great if you love irish dances. Liked the heel grinds going left then right , nothing too tricky and no tags or restarts .
J Myers - 28/03/2013
this is really good nothing to difficult, so i taugh it late into my improver class the intermediate dancers joined in, floor was full and happy. some of the improver did turn the full tripple turn in sec 8 into a coater step. ( its very nice to see chris & maggie working together on this one ) smiles allround thankyou !!!
Denise Nicholls - 28/03/2013
Taught this one in class and everyone enjoyed it, the lyrics are the same the tune is the same but it`s alot faster beat than the original by Steve Earl. Nothing difficult straight forward teach and also just to add this cannot be a floor split for the galway girls because it doesnt fit to this piece of music and this dance doesn`t fit to the original either so this dance stands on it`s own merit.
Mike Parkinson - 28/03/2013
I'm sure this 64/2 Remixed of Galway Girls is going to be a hit for Chrissie & Maggie, Personally I wasn't stuck on Steve Earls version of Galway Girls and find the more updated version allot better, not just to dance to, but also to listen to. The more traditionalist will probably disagree.
The dance is an easy teach and was enjoyed by most of the classes, with a mixed reception by some. Still worth a mention.