More expanded history coming soon...
The coolest couples' street dance from the '50s! One-handed
Elvis inspired wiggling with no squares in sight...
The earlier form of jive, in a close
hold. Think '40s and WWII .. Wild and rhythm-filled bouncy couple dancing!
Popular dance on the rockabilly scene, as seen in Austin, TX. A couples dance suited to that perfect honky-tonk shuffle, à la Ray Price!
The all girl fun dance that lets you
strut your stuff in a sexy box formation. Dance to bouncy r-n-b, slower
beats and rockin' garage tunes. NOT line-dancing!
This wild solo freestyle dance was more
of a man's dance from the '30s to the '50s, but in this equal opportunity
millennium, gals and studs alike bop around with this fast crazy dance,
popular worldwide, after remaining far underground for most of the '60s.
This is a great workout - think rockabilly aerobics! Bopping is a passion-filled
mix of tap, step and jive beats fueled by your love and feeling of the
beat, the beat, the BEAT, each person feeling it in their own way.
1960s James Brown style fancy footwork in a dance where you don't need a partner! Motown and rare soul grooves fuel gliding smooth moves. Learn this dance that became popular in the North of England, hence the name!