LEARN HOW TO COUNTRY LINE DANCE
OK ... let's first try to define "what is line dancing?" It's probably exactly what you think it is... people dancing in lines 🙂
In country line dancing, no dance partner is needed so it's a great way to get out on the dance floor at a country dancehall whether you have a partner or not.
The idea is simple. You learn a choreographed set of moves and everyone dances them at the same time while facing the same direction.
The History Of Line Dancing:
Believe it or not, line dancing didn't originally begin with country music... but it did gain a lot of popularity in the 1980s and 1990s as the dances were most commonly being choreographed to popular country music. A popular example would be the "Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus.
"COME IN" COUNTRY LINE DANCING TUTORIAL
"In country line dancing, no partner is needed so it's a great way to get out on the dance floor at a country dancehall whether you have a partner or not."
How Does Line Dancing Work?
Each dance will generally be choreographed to fit a particular song and will have certain number of steps to complete the sequence before the dancers will start over again from the beginning.
A line dance will have a certain number of counts (such as 64 beats of music) to complete the choreography and the moves will often "match" the lyrics or notes in the song.
Because the steps in many beginner line dances are simple, easy to learn, and don't require a dance partner, line dancing is a great way to begin dancing as is fun for dancers of all levels.