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line dancing

n
(Dancing) a form of dancing performed by rows of people to country and western music
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line dancing

A country and western style of group dance in which people dance as individuals, following the same steps, but in lines rather than as couples.
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According to "Bad Things" line-dance choreographer, Barry Amato, "The great thing about a song like this is that it not only appeals to the line-dance community, but it appeals to the ever growing swing dance community as well."
Lisa thought she had got away with her comments until Shirley Copeland, from Wideopen, wrote to the Chronicle, laying down the line-dance gauntlet.
Sets and costumes, Sophie Charalambous; music, Philip Feeney; lighting, Adam Silverman; sound, Paul Bull; line-dance choreography, Milos Galko; stage manager, Claire Burkitt.
John says: "We've got two jobs - we pull in a half-decent wage and try to plan our lives - but some folk don't have that luxury and they still seem to be able to help their kids line-dance.
The canine cowboys even wear stetsons as they line-dance but Margaret has no doubt what they like best.
Visit www.djmukonline.co.uk where DJM Line-dance has a fantastic database filled with all your local classes, clubs, country and western stores for kit, and actual dance moves including favourites such as Hold Your Horses.
In the past year, she has picked up the British, Scottish and Irish novice line-dance titles, but her success in Canada topped them all.