LineDanceFun © 1996-2001 Doris Volz, California
All Aboard was choreographed by Max Perry and Jo Thompson. It is a 4 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "My Baby Thinks She's A Train" (Remix) by the Dean Brothers.
Ace-10 was choreographed by Michele Burton of Corning, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count advanced line dance with a "west coast swing flavor". "Goin' Back to Louisana" by Delbert McClinton preferred. This dance won 2nd place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Red Hot & Kickin' Country Festival in Ventura, CA.
Alligator Shoes was choreographed by Terry Hogan of Brisbane, Australia. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Baton Rouge" by Lee Roy Parnell preferred; 176 bpm.
Along For The Ride was choreographed by Terry Hogan of Brisbane, Australia. It is a 2 wall, 64 count advanced line dance. "Ants On a Log" Randy Travis preferred; 80 bpm. This dance won 4th place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Golden Gate Classic.
Baby, I'm Ready was choreographed by Veda Holder, Trish Boesel, and Bob Boesel of Bay Area, CA. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Baby, I'm Ready" by Ricky Van Shelton preferred; 160 bpm. 16 count lead. This dance won 1st place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Desert Sands Festival in Las Vegas, NV.
Bayou Blaster was was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "Little Did I Know" by Sammy Kershaw preferred.
B-Bop was choreographed by the Buffalo Girls of San Francisco, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "At The Hop" by Danny and the Juniors preferred; 205bpm. This dance won 3rd place in New Line Choreography at the '97 Klamath Falls Festival.
Black Coffee was choreographed by Helen O'Malley of Dublin, Ireland. It is a 4 wall, 48 count beginner line dance. "Black Coffee" or any West Coast Swing at 110 - 115 bpm. This dance was choreographed 12 May 96....brought to the Bay Area - summer of 97.
Black and White Cha Cha was choreographed by Terry Hogan of Brisbane, Australia. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate cha cha line dance. "Livin' In Black & White" by Tracy Lawrence preferred; 114 bpm.
Boogie Woogie Cowboy was choreographed by Michele Burton and Nancy Weir. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Cowboys Like A Little Bit of Rock and Roll by Chris LeDoux preferred; 168 bpm. This dance won second place in new line dance choreography at the 1997 "Cowichan Goes Country" in Mill Bay, B.C.
Cannibal Stomp was choreographed 8/96 by Lisa Firth of Campbelltown, NSW, Australia. It is a 2 wall, 72 count beginning, easy intermediate line dance. "Cannibals" by Mark Knoffler - Golden Heart CD.
Chevy was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count beginner intermediate line dance. "455 Rocket", by Kathy Mattea preferred. This dance won 1st place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Red Hot & Kickin' Country Festival in Ventura, CA.
Dance, Dance, Dance was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count beginner line dance. "Dance, Dance, Dance" by Steve Miller preferred; 98 bpm. CD "Fly Like an Eagle"...64 count lead starting on the words "Dance, Dance, Dance"
Dancin' Feet was choreographed 4/95 by Susan and Harry Brooks of Walkerton, IN. It is a 2 wall, 40 count line dance. Suggested Music: "Wipe Out" by The Beach Boys/Fat Boys on the Still Cruisin' Album.
Desert Sands Cha-Cha- "97" was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate cha-cha line dance. "Something Already Gone" by Charlene Carter.
Desperation Samba was choreographed by Eric Sellers. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Desperation Samba" preferred.
Do It To It was choreographed by Pat Eodice of Salinas, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count beginner/intermediate line dance. "Honky Tonk Song", by BR5-49 preferred.
Electric Reel was choreographed by Robert and Regina Padden of Ireland. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Cry of the Celts" from Lord of the Dance.
Fat Sally Lee was choreographed by Arthur Smith of Leura, New South Wales. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Fat Sally Lee" by the Rednecks.
Front Row Attitude was choreographed by Neil Hale, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count beginning/easy intermediate line dance. "You Never Can Tell", by Willie and the Poor Boys - off their self-titled CD No. BPCD 5009 from Blind Pig Records.
Here I Am was choreographed by Michele Perron, Lions Bay, British Columbia, May 1997. It is a 32 count, 4-wall beginner dance. The choreographer suggests "Stuck in the Middle with You" (artist Stealer's Wheel). This dance placed third in the choreographer's competition at Cowichan Goes Country 1997 in Mill Bay on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Hesitation Waltz was choreographed by Ernie Hutchinson of Navato, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate waltz line dance. "I Still Believe" by Lee Greenwood preferred; 112 bpm.
Hey Bruce was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. "The Heat Is On" by La Bouche preferred; 122 bpm. This dance won First Place in New Line Choreography at the 1997 Jamboree, BC in Canada....11/97 and 4th place at Worlds in Nashville; January 98.
Hillbilly Nuts was choreographed by the Buffalo Girls of San Francisco, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance with 3 tag sequences. "Little Ramona" by BR5-49. This dance shared 1st place in New Line Choreography at the '97 Klamath Falls Festival.
Hip Hop 97 was choreographed by Barry Jones of Philadelphia. It is a 1 wall, 96 count advanced line dance.
Home On The Range was choreographed by Bill Bader, of Vancouver, BC. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Home On The Range" by Suzy Bogguss preferred; 128 bpm.
how sweet it is was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count easy intermediate line dance. "Cattle Call", LeAnn Rimes (from the CD "Blue"); (preferred; 150 bpm counting all beats; start the dance after the first 24 counts, at the start of LeAnn humming; the dance has a lot of holds so it is not really fast) This dance won 3rd place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Pismo Beach Western Days in Pismo Beach, CA.
Hurricane (T&G) was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count beginner line dance. "Hurricane" by Carlene Carter preferred.
I'm Dancin' was choreographed by Mike Sliter of Sunnyvale, CA. It is a 2 wall, 40 count advanced beginner line dance. "She's Cool", by Little Texas preferred.
Jambalaya was choreographed by Ian StLeon of Tamworth, Australia. It is a 4 wall, 32 count line dance done to "Jambalya" by Led Loader & The Barrels.
Kick-N-Rock was choreographed by Pedro Machado of Laurel, MD. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance."Mama Don't Get Dressed Up For Nothing" by Brooks & Dunn.
Lazy 8 Waltz was choreographed by Knox Rhine. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. Rock And Roll Waltz by Scooter Lee preferred; 102 bpm.
Long, Tall Texan was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Long, Tall Texan" by Doug Supernaw preferred; 100 bpm, 32 count lead.
Lonesome Blues was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "Cold Outside" by Big House preferred; 130 bpm. This dance shared first place in new line dance choreography at the 1997 Cascade Country Classic held in Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Looking Glass was choreographed by by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate waltz line dance. "I Still Believe" by Lee Greenwood preferred.
Me Too was choreographed by Terry Hogan of Brisbane, Australia. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "I Don't Understand My Girlfriend" by Toby Keith preferred; 136 bpm. This dance is suitable for swing or even cha cha rhythms.
MMM Bop was choreographed by Kelly Kaylin of Mississauga, Ontario Canada. It is a 4 wall, 32 count line dance. "MmmBop" by Hanson preferred; 104 bpm.
My, My, My, My, My Boogie Shoes was choreographed by Ron Kline of the USA. It is a 48 count intermediate contra line dance done to "Boogie Shoes" by KC & the Sunshine Band (124 bpm).
No Thanks, I'll Walk was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "Walkin' After Mindight," Garth Brooks preferred; 118 bpm. Starts after the words "I go out"...
Off To The Races was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate/advanced line dance. "Bring It On Down To My House" by Asleep At The Wheel preferred; 190 bpm.
One Cherokee Boogie was choreographed by Michele Burton of Corning, CA. It is a 48 count, circle dance facing middle of circle moving CCW. "Cherokee Boogie", by BR5-49 preferred.
One Foot was choreographed by the Buffalo Girls of San Francisco, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count advanced beginner line dance with 2 tag sequences. "Put One Foot In Front Of The Other" by Lee Roy Parnell preferred; 153 bpm.
One Toke Over The Line was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count beginning, easy intermediate line dance. "One Toke Over The Line", by Brewer & Shipley from "Tarkio" CD; preferred.
Over The Dam was choreographed by Mike Sliter of Sunnyvale, CA. It is a 2 wall, 40 count beginner line dance. "Guadalupe River" by Dixie Cadillacs (CDX vol 164B) preferred; 162 bpm.
Pencil Thin Mustache was choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Pencil Thin Mustache" by Jimmy Buffett preferred. This dance won 2nd place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Desert Sands Festival in Las Vegas, NV.
Razor Sharp was choreographed by Steve Sunter of the UK. It is a 4 wall, 40 count intermediate line dance done to "Siamsa" from Lord of the Dance (116 bpm). On the 3rd wall of the dance, the music slows...then picks up considerably from beats 33 to 40...this is sooo much fun for dancers...we feel the speed just as we start the syncopated weave right.
Rewind was choreographed by the Buffalo Girls of the San Francisco Bay Area. (Danette Petersen, Susan Skaggs & Beverly Sommerfield) It is a 1 wall, 64 count intermediate advance line dance. "I Am That Man" by Brooks & Dunn preferred. "Put Some Drive In Your Country" by Travis Tritt for Turbo version.
Roaring 20's Boogie was choreographed by Ben Wallace and Eleanor D'oro in 1994. It is a 1 wall, 36 count line dance. "Glenn Miller Medley" by Jive Bunny and The Master Mixers preferred.
Roll Of The Dice was choreographed by Mike Sliter of Sunnyvale, CA. It is a 2 wall, 60 count easy intermediate line dance. "Our Love" by Ricky Van Sheldon preferred; 140 bpm. Dance starts after 16 beats.
...Rollerblade (I Never Knew Grandma Could Rollerblade!) was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count medium beginner line dance. "Been There, Done That," Hank Williams, Jr. preferred; 124 bpm. Also a lot of fun: "Little Deuce Coupe," James House & The Beach Boys; 130 bpm.
Ribbon Of Highway was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "Ribbon of Highway" by Scooter Lee preferred.
Running Bear was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 96 count easy intermediate line dance. "Running Bear" by The Dean Brothers preferred.
Sally's Waltz was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 48 count circle line dance. "Saturday Night" by Bill Dean preferred; 92 bpm...24 count lead.
Sham Rock Shake was choreographed by Robert and Regina Padden of Ireland. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "I'll Tell Me Ma" by Shamrock.
Shipwrecked was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate cha cha (or reggae rhythm) line dance. "Shipwrecked" by the Island Cowboys preferred; 16-ct lead, 88 bpm. This dance won 1st place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Golden Gate Classic.
Sousa Shuffle was choreographed by Knox Rhine of Everett, WA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count beginner line dance. "Stars & Stripes Forever" by John Philip Sousa or John McEuen preferred; 124 bpm. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page. This dance won 5th place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Golden Gate Classic.
Stoke Up The Jams, Here Comes The Cowgirls was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 96 count intermediate line dance. "Les yeux de ton pere" by Miah. The soundtrack CD for "French Kiss".
Stuck On Hold was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Rock-In' Robin", by Bobby Day preferred; 172 bpm. This dance won 5th place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Desert Sands Festival in Las Vegas, NV.
Swing Time Boogie was choreographed by Scott Blevins of Highland, IN. It is a 4 wall 64 count line dance. "Swing City", Roger Brown preferred.
T-Bone Shuffle was choreographed by Peter Metelnick. It is a 4 wall, 48 count line intermediate line dance. "T-Bone Shuffle" by Boz Scaggs or "Billy B. Bad" by George Jones.
Tail- Gating was choreographed by Jim Krywko of Newark, DE. It is a 4 wall, 32 count line dance. "Harmonica Man", by Bravado preferred.
Take A Look was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "I Don't Care If You Love Me Any More", The Mavericks preferred; 170 bpm; phrased.
Tiger Run was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Run Through The Jungle" by Credence Clearwater Revival preferred.
Too Hip, Gotta' Go was choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "Too Hip, Gotta Go" by by The Stray Cat's - Greatest Hits CD preferred.
Triple Threat was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermedaite line dance done to "Triple Threat" by Rick Tippe (152 bpm) 32 count lead. This dance won First Place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1998 Riverside CA, Pure Country Event.
Two Cool was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez and Donna Wasnick - CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count line dance. "Hey Baby" by Alabama preferred.This dance won 1st place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1997 Pismo Beach Western Days in Pismo Beach, CA. This dance won 1st place in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1998 ICE Competition - Pismo Beach Western Days in Pismo Beach, CA.
Vanilla TwirL was choreographed by Doris Volz of Saratoga, CA. It is a 2 wall, 28 count beginning cha cha line dance. "Tequila Sunrise", by Alan Jackson is suggested; 109 bpm. OR "Boot Scootin' Boogie" by Brooks & Dunn; 134 bpm. This beginning dance works well with many tunes that are 100 to 134 bpm. (This dance was designed with the crowded barroom dance floor in mind.)
Warriors was choreographed by Knox Rhine of Everett, WA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. This dance is designed to be danced alone or along with Robert & Regina Padden's Electric Reel. When danced together to "Cry Of The Celts" start with Electric Reel, you will then end with Electric Reel. We call the combination Electric Warrior Reel. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Whatcha' Gonna Do was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count line dance. "Mary Lou", by Delbert McClinton preferred.
What's The Hurry was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Love Bug" by George Strait preferred; 174 bpm.
You Know was choreographed by Gordon Elliott of Sydney, Australia. It is a 4 wall, 64 beat line dance. "You Know Where I Am" by Scooter Lee preferred; 148 bpm.
 
 
 
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