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A Waltz In Time

Arumba

Attitude

Burnin' Down The House

Cherokee Boogie

Close Encounters

Cruise Control

Dancin' With You

Diamonds Are Forever

Evelyn

Fresh Break

Jump In

The Kitchen Sync

Louisiana Hot Sauce

Love Letters

OOO! AAH!

Prairie Strut

Riff Raff

Scootin**Tyme

Soda Pop

Sunset Dreaming

South Coast Swing

Swamp Thang

Thump Therapy

T T S Boogie

Uno, Dos, Tres

Whiskey Brush
If you wanna have TOO MUCH FUN Dancin' The San Francisco Bay Area, you gotta know the dances we dance.
This site contains the latest line dances and histories of 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 dances.

These dances were choreographed in 1996 and are being taught by instructors throughout the Bay Area.

A Waltz In Time was choreographed 9/96 by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 54 count intermediate - advanced waltz line dance. "Till You Love Me", Reba McEntire preferred; 111 bpm.
Arumba was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 64 count intermediate line dance with a rumba feel. "Out with a Bang", David Lee Murphy preferred.
Attitude was choreographed by Evelyn Khinoo of Menlo Park, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance with a west coast swing feel. "Daddy's Money", Ricochet is preferred by Evelyn's students; 137 bpm. Evelyn is famous for including "hat tricks" in her dances so be sure to check out those styling tips she gives.
Beach Ball was choreographed by Donna Wasnick of Tulare, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 beat beginning intermediate line dance. "Fun, Fun, Fun", Beach Boys preferred.
Broadway Cha Cha is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate cha cha dance. "My Maria", Brooks & Dunn preferred.
Buffalo Blues was choreographed by Knox Rhine and George Hall. It is a 4 wall, 48 count line dance. "Better Your Love Than Mine", Trisha Yearwood preferred. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Burnin' Down The House was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Put Some Drive in Your Country", Travis Tritt, preferred; 112 bpm.
Cadillac Crossover was choreographed by Dave West of San Ramon, CA. It is a 4 wall 64 count intermediate line dance. "Wild Thing", Tone Loc preferred; or "any phrased West Coast or Hip Hop Song." This dance took 4th place in the New Line Choreography contest at the 1996 Western Days Dance Festival in Pismo Beach, CA .
Country- choreographed by Pat Eodice and The Buffalo Girls. It is a 1 wall, 64 count advanced intermediate line dance; "C-O-U-N-T-R-Y", Joe Diffie, preferred. This dance won 1st place in the New Line Choreography at the 1996 CWDI ICE held in Reno, NV.
Cherokee Boogie was choreographed by Chris Kumre of Holister, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "Cherokee Boogie, BR5-49 preferred.
Close Encounters was choreographed by Bill Bader of Vancouver B.C. Canada. It is a 2 wall, 24 count contra line dance. This dance won 1st place in the New Line Choreography at the 1996 Golden Gate Classic held in Union City, CA.
Cruise Control was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 48 count beginning intermediate line dance. "All Over But The Shouting", Shenandoah preferred. This dance won 4th place in the New Line Choreography at the 1996 International Country/Western Dance Festival held in Reno, NV
Dallas Country Cha- choreographed by Knox Rhine of Everett, WA. Knox's Home Page.
Dancin' With You was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 1 wall, 64 count beginning intermediate night club two step line dance. This dance won 1st place in the New Line Choreography at the 1996 California Country Harvest Dance Festival in Tres Piños.
Diamonds Are Forever was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate waltz line dance. "My Heart is a Diamond", Claire Lynch preferred.
Evelyn was choreographed by Mike Sliter of Sunnyvale, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate level line dance. "Paris, Tennessee", Kenny Chesney preferred.
Fallsview Rock was choreographed by Janet Humphrey of Staten Island, New York. It is a 2 wall, 32 count beginning line dance. "You Win My Love", Shania Twain preferred. This dance was taught at Cowboy Country Club by Kylie Brown of Australia. You can find this dance on Don Deyne's Page. The dancers at South Bay love it when there DJ Don Duffy plays DANCE! SHOUT! by Wynonna.
Foot Loose was choreographed by Knox Rhine. It is a 4 wall, 64 count advanced line dance. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Fresh Break was choreographed by Lori Wong of Sonora, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count cha-cha rhythm line dance. "Change The World", Eric Clapton preferred; 96 bpm.
Hot Footin' was choreographed by Knox Rhine. It is a 4 wall, 32 count advanced line dance. "Are You Ready For This", 2 Unlimited or ("Any Hip Hop type music should work") You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Jump In was choreographed by Bill Bader of Vancouver, B.C. It is a 4 wall, 80 count intermediate line dance. "Let Me In", Run C&W preferred; 144 bmp.
Kettles was choreographed by a group of line dancers from New Zealand. The dance has won many awards and is extremely popular with other dancers in New Zealand and is considered a "must learn" in New Zealand and now here in the Bay Area. It is a 1 wall, 88 count dance; "Riding Alone", The Rednex preferred.
The Kitchen Sync was choreographed by Lori Wong, Sonora, CA. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate/advanced line dance. "Back In Your Arms Again", Lorrie Morgan preferred; 116 bpm. "This dance is based on men's footwork for various West Coast Swing patterns. If the dancer is familiar with WCS, this is an easy dance to learn."
Louisiana Hot Sauce has 4 different choreographers from different parts of the world. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate Cajun Style line dance. "He's My Little Jalapeño", Scooter Lee preferred. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Jukin' Around was choreographed by The Buffalo Girls. It is a 4 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Love Letters was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count waltz line dance. "Strawberry Wine", Deana Carter, recommended and preferred by her students; 120 bpm. There is a 12 count lead on the DCX version of this tune and a 24 count lead on Deana Carter's CD "Did I Shave My Legs For This". "Love Letters", Elvis Presley recommended/inspired by; 112 bpm. "This dance is dedicated to the choreographic courage, artistry and craftsmanship of Neil Hale."
OOO! AAH! was choreographed by Sal Gonzalez of Reedley, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count beginner intermediate line dance. "Cat Walk", Lee Roy Parnell preferred. This dance took 3rd place in the New Line Choreography contest at the 1996 Western Days Dance Festival in Pismo Beach.
Moonlight Madness- choreographed by Knox Rhine of Everett, WA. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Prairie Strut was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 4 wall, 48 count beginning intermediate line dance. "Cherokee Boogie", by BR5-49 preferred; 164 bpm. This dance took 1st place (19 entries) in New Line Choreography at the 1996 Desert Sands Dance Festival in Las Vegas, NV.
Riff Raff was choreographed by Lori Wong of Sonora, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count advanced beginner line dance. "Guitar Talk", Steve Wariner preferred; 146 bpm. This dance took 1st place in New Line Choreography at the 1996 Wild West Dance Festival in Sacramento, CA.
Snap 'n Time was choreographed by Knox Rhine of Everett, WA. She is a 4 wall, 32 count advanced beginner line dance. "Time Marches On", Tracy Lawrence preferred; 116 bpm (Intermediate dancers are doing Snap 'n Time when ever the DJ starts playing "Macarena".) This dance won 2nd place in the New Line Choreography at the 1996 International Country/Western Dance Festival held in Reno, NV. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Soda Pop was choreographed by the Buffalo Girls and Pat Eodice. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate line dance. "One Dance With You", Vince Gill preferred. This dance took 5th place in the New Line Choreography contest at the 1996 Western Days Dance Festival in Pismo Beach, CA .
South Coast Swing was choreographed by Bill Bader and Marcie McLaurin of Vancouver, B.C. Canada. It is a 2 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance.
Sunset Dreaming was choreographed by Kylie Brown of Brisbane, Australia. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Djapana" ("Sunset Dreaming"), Yothu Yindi preferred.
Swamp Thang was choreographed by Max Perry. It is a 4 wall, 40 count intermediate line dance. "Swamp Thing", by the Grid suggested.
The Riv- choreographed by Knox Rhine of Everett, WA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count advanced-intermediate line dance. "I Wanna Thank You Baby", Delbert McClinton; 120 bpm. You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Thump Therapy was choreographed by Bill Bader of Vancouver, B.C. Canada. It is a 4 wall, 64 count upper intermediate line dance. "Boogie Till The Cows Come Home," by Clay Walker; 174 bpm. This dance took 5th place in New Line Choreography at the 1996 Desert Sands Dance Festival in Las Vegas, NV.
T T S Boogiewas choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 1 wall, 64 count easy intermediate two-step line dance. "Boogie Till The Cows Come Home", by Rogers Brown & Swing City preferred; 188 bpm. This dance took 2nd place in New Line Choreography at the 1996 California Western Dance Invitational held in Ventura, CA.
Tulsa Slide was choreographed by Terry Hogan of Brisbane, Australia. It is a 4 wall, 40 count intermediate advanced line dance. "Don't Make Me Come To Tulsa", Wade Hayes preferred.
Uno, Dos, Tres was choreographed 11/96 by Sherry McClure of Schererville, IN. It is a 4 wall, 32 count line dance. "Maria", Ricky Martin preferred.
Whiskey Brush was choreographed by Michael Barr of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 1 wall, 64 count intermediate advanced line dance. "Whiskey Under the Bridge", Brooks & Dunn is preferred; 140 bpm. This dance took 2nd place in New Line Choreography at the 1996 Wild West Dance Festival in Sacramento, CA.
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