1998 Dance Page
       
 
This page contains the latest line dances and histories of these dances being done in the San Francisco Bay Area. The dance step descriptions are scanned copies of the choreographer's signed step description sheets in .pdf format. The only reason I decided to author this web site was my ability to get the exact look and feel of the original step description sheet on the Web and the fact that the Acrobat Reader is free and easily accessible on the Adobe Web site. If you don't already have Acrobat Reader on your computer; you do need to download it before you can print the highlighted dances.

Alane was choreographed by Helen O'Malley of Dublin, Ireland. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Alane" by Wes (non country) preferred. "How Do I Live" by Le Ann Rimes (the remix).

All-Right-A was choreographed by Michael Barr, of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count line dance. "In The Summertime" by Mungo Jerry preferred; 102 bpm. This dance won third place in New Line Dance Choreography at the '98 Golden Gate Class.ic.Classic.

Angie was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Silver-Tonue and Gold-Plated Lies" by K.T. Oslin.

Back Seat Boogie was choreographed by Noel Castle of Hermosa Beach, CA. It is a 4 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "Back Seat Boogie" Dave Sheriff preferred. This dance placed 1st in New Line Dance Choreography Desert Sands '98 - Las Vegas, NV.

Bad Billy Jump was choreographed by Noel Castle of Hermosa Beach, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count easy intermediate line dance. "Billy B Bad" George Jones preferred.

Blue Train was choreographed by R. J. Walker of Clovis, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Blue Train" by Big House.

Brown-Eyed Girl was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count easy intermediate line dance. "Brown-Eyed Girl" by the Cheap Seats preferred; 104 bpm. This dance won 2nd place in New Line Dance Choreography at the '98 Golden Gate Class.

Byrd Country was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez, of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "I'm From The Country" by Tracy Byrd preferred;132 bpm; 16 count lead.

Cinco De Mayo was choreographed by Jo Thompson (USA) and Alan Livett (UK). It is a 2 wall, 32 count dance done to Cinco De Mayo by War. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

Coastin' was choreographed by Ray and Tina Yeoman of the UK. This is a 4 wall, 40 count intermediate line dance. "Lord of the Dance" by Michael Flatley preferred. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

Cripple Creek was choreographed by Kip Sweeney - USA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance (can be contra). "Cripple Creek" by Jim Rast & Knee Deep preferred (131 bpm). Begin on count 17. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

Cuban Heels was choreographed by Terry Hogan, of Brisbane Australia. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "I'll See You In Cuba" by K.T. Oslin preferred; 132 bpm.

Dangerous was choreographed by John Robinson of Louisville, Kentucky. It is a 4 wall, 64 count advanced line dance.

Dizzy was choreographed by Jo Thompson of Irving, TX. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Dizzy" by Scooter Lee preferred. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

Down Home was choreographed by Betty Campora & Glenn Cravalho of San Joaquin Valley Area, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count beginner line dance. "I'm From the Country" by Tracy Byrd preferred; 132 bpm.

Every Step you Take was choreographed by Ernie and Carmel Hutchinson, of Novato, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Every Breath You Take" by Tammy Wynette preferred.

Funky Farmer was choreographed by Lorraine Kurtela & Darci Burton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count line dance. "I'm From The Country" by Tracy Byrd preferred; 132 bpm. This dance won fifth place in New Line Dance Choreography at the '98 Golden Gate Class.ic.

Give It Up was choreographed by Michael Barr, of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Give It Up Or Let Me Go" by the Dixie Chicks preferred; 104bpm. This dance was the first place winner in the Choreography competition at the '98 Jamboree BC.

Got To Be Funky was choreographed by Dawn Beecham, Ohio. It is a 4 wall, 32 count dance. "Everything I Do Got To Be Funky" by Maurice John Vaughn.

Hey Bartender as choreographed by Laura Claytor & Chris Kumre, CA. It is a 4 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "Hey Bartender" Johnny Lee preferred. This dance won 3rd place in New Line Dance Choreography at the '98 Wild West Festival held in Sacramento, CA.

Hillbilly Hip Hop was choreographed by Chris Kumre of CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Hillbilly Rap" by Neal McCoy.

Honky Tonk was choreographed by Lorraine Kurtela & Darci Burton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count easy intermediate contra line dance. "Honky Tonk Song" BR 5-49 preferred; 124 bpm.

Hot Pepper was choreographed by Bill Bader of Vancouver, B.C. Canada. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate dance. This dance won 4th place in New Line Dance Choreography at the '98 Golden Gate Classic. You can find this dance in .pdf format at Vancouver Country Western Line Dance Exchange.

How Does It Start? was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez, of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Cuba Libre" by Gloria Estefan preferred.

Huey Lewie was choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Stagger Lee" by Huey Lewis & The News. This dance won 1st place in New Line Dance Choreography at the '98 Wild West Festival held in Sacramento, CA.

I See It Now was choreographed by Michele Burton of Corning, CA. It is a 2 wall, 60 count high intermediate line dance. "I See It Now" by Tracy Lawrence preferred.

Jambalaya was choreographed by Ian St. Leon of Tamworth, Australia (1997) "Jambalaya" by Led Loader & The Barrels preferred. Here in the Bay Area we use the music "Jambalaya" by Eddy Raven & Jo-El Sonnier.

Julie's Cha Cha was choreographed by Julie Hughs of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 4 wall, 40 count cha cha line dance. "2 Pina Coladas" by Garth Brooks preferred.

Looking Glass was choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate waltz line dance. "I Still Believe" by Lee Greenwood preferred.

Madly Off In All Directions was choreographed by Michele Perron of Lion's Bay, BC. It is a 1 wall, 48 count line dance. "Gonna Move Across The River" by Bill Pinkney & The Original Drifters preferred; 128 bpm.

Mama's Lil' Baby as choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "Shortenin' Bread" by The Tractors preferred; 136 bpm. This dance was the fourth place winner in the Choreography competition at the '98 Jamboree BC.

Men In Black was choreographed by James & Terry Kellerman of Chesapeake, VA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count line dance. "Men In Black" by Will Smith. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

My Home was choreographed by Trish Boesel of Bay Area Dancers. It is a 1 wall 64 count easy intermediate two-step rhythm line dance. "This Old Highway" by The Nielsens 160 bpm.

Peace Train was choreographed by Julie Molkner of Perth, Australia. It is a 4 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "Peace Train" by Dolly Parton. This dance won 1st place in the 32 Count New Line Dance Choreography at the Tamworth '98 Festival in Australia.

Picture Perfect was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "I Just Want To Dance With You" by George Strait.

Pony Shuffle was choreographed by Ernie and Carmel Hutchinson, of Novato, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Southern Streamline" by John Fogerty; 200 bpm or "It's A Little Too Late" by Mark Chestnut; 168 bpm. This dance won 1st place in the People's Choice New Line Dance Choreography at "Motherlode Line Dance Festival 98" in Sonora, CA.

Ragtime Annie as choreographed by Regina & Robert Padden, and John Tolan. It is a 4 wall, 48 count line dance. "Ragtime Annie" 140 bpm.

Ranger Doug as choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Amber Eyes" by Ranger Doug preferred; 140 bpm.

Razor Sharp was choreographed by Stephen Sunter of the Uk (July 1997). It is a 4 wall, 40 count intermediate line dance. "Siamsa" by Roman Hardiman from Lord Of The Dance preferred; 116 bpm. This scanned step sheet was approved by Stephen for publishing on this site on 4/8/98.

Reaching Out as choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters, of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 64 count intermediate circle dance. "Will The Cirlce Be Unbroken" by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

Red Hot Salsa was choreographed by Christina Browne of the UK. It is a 2 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "Red Hot Salsa" by Dave Sheriff preferred. If you need help finding the music, click here..

Rum & Coca Cola was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count advanced beginning line dance. "Cowboy Mambo" by Tom Russell & Barrence Whitefield preferred. .This dance placed 3rd in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1998 Pismo Beach Western Days in Pismo Beach, CA.

San Antone Rose was choreographed by Mike Sliter of Sunnyvale, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "I'll Be Your San Antone Rose" Emmylou Harris preferred; 32 count lead.

Senorita Sway was choreographed by Michele Perron of Lion's Bay, BC. It is a 2 wall, 64 count easy intermediate line dance. "Dance The Night Away" by The Mavericks preferred.

Shouldn't Be Doin' This was choreographed by Mike Sliter of Sunnyvale, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "We Shouldn't Be Doing This" by George Strait. This dance was the second place winner in the Choreography competition at the '98 Jamboree BC.

Southern Streamline was choreographed by Mack Apaapa of Taurana, New Zealand. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate dance. "Southern Streamline by John Fogherty preferred; 200 bpm.

Still The Same was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA . It is a 1 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "Still The Same" by Bob Seger preferred; 116 bpm.

Strait Cha Cha was was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez, of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count beginner dance. "I Just Want To Dance With You" by George Strait.

Switchblade USA was choreographed by John Robinson of Louisville, Kentucky. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance.

Tequila Time was choreographed by Ernie and Carmel Hutchinson, of Novato, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "More Than A Margarita" Brooks & Dunn Borderline CD preferred; 120 bpm.

Titanic was choreograhped by Simon Ward of Perth, West Australia. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. "My Heart Will Go On (The Remixes) by Celine Dion from the Album Celine Dion (Love Theme From Titanic).

That's My Hat was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance. The song we are using for this dance is "Going Back to Louisiana," by Delbert McClinton. It's off his CD entitled, "Delbert McClinton, Classics Volume One;125 bpm" This dance placed 4th in New Line Dance Choreography at the 1998 Pismo Beach Western Days in Pismo Beach, CA

That's What was choreographed by Gary James of Gilroy, CA. It is a 4 wall 32 count intermediate line dance. "Then What" by Clay Walker preferred from the "Rumor Has It" CD. Gary has .pdf files of his dances...just E him for copies..

Too Much Fun was choreographed by Terry Hogan, of Brisbane Australia. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance "Wine, Women and Song" by Patty Loveless preferred; 124 BPM.

Waltzing Matilda was choreographed by Max Perry. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Waltzing Matilda" by Tornado preferred. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

Women was choreographed by Rhonda Corsen, CA. It is a 2 wall beginner line dance. "Man, I feel like a woman!" Shanai Twain (CD Come on Over)....or any medium west coast swing.

You Know I Love You was choreographed by Henry Costa of San Lorenzo, CA. It is a 2 wall, 40 count easy intermediate dance. "I Can Love You Better" by Dixie Chicks preferred. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor.

 
   
 

 

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