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Ain't Goin' Nowhere

The Beaujolais Waltz

Boot Scootin' Boogie (Vancouver Boogie)

Cha Cha Lengua

Cruisin'

City Slicker

Cowgirls' Twist

Dance*Tyme

Fireman

Honey Suckle Vine

Linda Lu

Hot Tamales

Midnight Waltz

Mudslide Boogie

Mustang Sally

Norma Jean

Prancing Pony

Wink

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 line dances were choreographed after 1993 but prior to 1996 and are currently added to request lists at social dancing events.

These line dances were added to request lists at social dancing events during 1997. If you know these dances you will have a great time at any dance. Of course we don't do every dance, every time, at every place; but if you request one of the following dances at any Northern California Club or Dance Hall, you will have dancers following you out to the dance floor. Text versions of these dances can be found on Don Deyne's Information Super Dance Floor Page.
Ain't Goin' Nowhere was choreographed by Lori Wong of Sonora, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count beginner line dance. "Anyway The Wind Blows", Brother Phelps preferred. "The first time I heard this song, my feet started moving and this dance was conceived in a matter of minutes. It's rather simple, but the rhythm changes make it interesting."
All Nighter choreographed by Miranda Tanner
All My X's Live in Texas - choreographer unknown
All Shook Up was choreographed by Randy and Stephanie Krul
Alley Cat - choreographed by Donna Aiken
Applejack - choreographer unknown
Arlene - choreographed by George Davis of Antioch, CA.
Baby Likes to Rocket was choreographed by "Hillbilly" Rick Myers.
Barroom Romeo was choreographed by Ron "Doc" Holiday.
Be Bop A Lula - choreographed by Max Perry
Blue Roses - choreographer unknown
"The Beaujolais Waltz" was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 96 count intermediate waltz line dance. "The Rangers Waltz", Queen Ida preferred.
Bocephus - choreographer unknown.
Bonanza - choreographer unknown
Boot Scootin' Boogie - choreographed by Tom Mattox & Skippy Blair
Cha Cha Con Tejas was choreographed by Chris Hookie of Arlington, TX.
"Cha Cha Lengua" was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate - advanced line & partner dance. "Un Momento Alla", Rick Trevino preferred
Charlotte's Cha Cha was choreographed by Charlotte Skeeters of Pleasanton, CA.
Chocolate City Hustle - choreographer unknown.
City Slicker was choreographed by Lori Wong of Sonora, CA. It is a 4 wall, 64 count intermediate/advanced line dance. "The City Put The Country Back In Me", Neal McCoy preferred.
Cotton Eyed Joe - choreographer unknown
Cowgirls' Twist was choreographed by Bill Bader of Vancouver, BC. It is a 4 wall, 32 count very easy line dance. This was the line dance performed by more than 3700 dancers on July 4, 1996 in Redwood City, CA that won the 1996 Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Line Dance. "What The Cowgirls Do", Vince Gill; 154 bpm or "The Twist", Ronnie McDowell or Chubby Checker; 164 preferred.
Cruisin' was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 1 wall, 32 count smooth flowing Cha Cha style line dance done to medium tempo Cha Cha music. "Still Cruisin", The Beach Boys preferred.
Dance Ranch Romp - choreographed by Jo Thompson of Houston, TX
Derby City Stomp - choreographer unknown.
Derringer - choreographed by Cathie Burns & Michele Burton
Double Duchess- choreographer unknown
Double Trouble - choreographed by Darla Peters of Sacramento, CA
Eight to the Bar was choreographed by Michele Burton, CA
Electric Slide - choreographer unknown
Elvis Rock - Kevin and Vickie Johnson of Nashville, TN
Fireman was choreographed by George Davis of Antioch, CA. It is a 4 wall, 88 count advanced intermediate line dance. "Fireman", George Strait preferred.
Five O'Clock Stomp- choreographer unknown
Funky Cowboy - choreographed by Kevin and Vickie Johnson of Nashville, TN
Gatlin Boogie - choreographed by Tony Curso and Denise Pothier of Sacramento, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count easy intermediate line dance. "Boogie and Beethoven", The Gatlin Brothers preferred.
Go-Go's Stomp - choreographed by Gloria and Emmitt Nelson of Michigan City, IN
God Blessed Texas - choreographed by Shirley K. Batson
Hawaiian Hustle- choreographed by Sue Shotwell
Heaven Bound- choreographed by Scott Broomfield
Hip Hop - choreographed by Richard Tymko
Honey Suckle Vine was choreographed by Hedy McAdams of Palo Alto, CA. It is a 2 wall, 44 count intermediate line dance. "Don't Go Near The Water", Sammy Kershaw preferred; 132 bpm.
Honkey Tonk Twist - choreographed by Max Perry
Hooked on Country - choreographer unknown
Hot Tamales was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 64 count intermediate- advanced line dance. "Country Down To My Soul", Lee Roy Parnell preferred. This dance is a must know; it is done at every dance we go to and is my second favorite after The Fireman.
Jammin' - choreographer unknown
Kamakazzi - choreographed by Diane Ulm of Rancho Cordova, CA.
Linda Lu was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count beginning - intermediate line dance. "Linda Lu", Lee Greenwood preferred.
Long Legged Hannah - choreographed by Parry Spence
Lost in Texas - choreographed by Jim Williams of Pacific, CA.
Metamorphosized - choreographed by James O. Kellerman
Midnight Waltz was choreographed by Jo Thompson of Houston, TX. It is a 4 wall, 48 count beginning/intermediate waltz. "Tennessee Waltz", Ann Murray preferred. "One of the most masterly crafted and beautifully conceived waltz line dances to come along..."- Neil Hale (quote taken from the Yankee Spotlight)
Mudslide Boogie - choreographed by Lori Wong of Sonora, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count advanced/beginner line dance. "Be My Baby Tonight", John Michael Montgomery preferred. "This dance becomes more challenging with faster music, such as "Mudslide", Neal McCoy.
Mustang Sally was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 48 count intermediate - advanced line dance. "Mustang Sally" from the soundtrack "The Commitments" preferred.
Norma Jean was choreographed by Donna & Dena Wasnick of Tulare, CA. It is a 4 wall, 32 count intermediate line dance. "Norma Jean Riley", Diamond Rio preferred.
Other Side of the Track - choreographed by Lisa Kruse & Jim Anderson
Prancing Pony was choreographed by Neil Hale of Pleasanton, CA. It is a 2 wall, 52 count intermediate - advanced line dance. "Adios Mexico", The Texas Tornados preferred.
Queen of Memphis - choreographed by Jean Garr of North Carolina in 1993
Rock Around The Clock -choreographer unknown You can find this dance on Knox's Home Page.
Rodeo - choreographed by Dale White
Slappin' Leather - Gayle Brandon
Stampede - choreographed by Mary Kay Beltramini and Charlie Steak
Stray Cat Strut - choreographer unknown
Syncopations - Annette Marsey-Carter of Englewood, CO
Takin' It Easy - choreographed by Julie L. Welth and Geoffrey Small.
The Bug - choreographed by Kat Williams & Peter Burke of Tucson, AR
Tornado - Michelle Stremche
Trashy Women - Pat Eodice
Travelin' - choreographed by Jim Williams of Half Moon Bay, CA
Traveling 4 Corners - choreographer unknown
Triples - choreographed by Sandy Jones.
Tropicana Parking Lot - choreographed by Patrick W. Riley. This dance was choreographed out in the parking lot of the Tropicana Hotel, hence the name!
True Believer - choreographed by Joe & Norma Lozano of Clinton, IA
Tumbleweed - choreographer unknown
Tush Push - James Ferrazamo
Walkin' Wazi - choreographed by "Dakota" Dave Getty & Michael Callahan
Waltz Across Texas - choreographer unknown
Watermelon Crawl - choreographed by Sue Lipscomb of IL
Wild Wild West Boogie - choreographed by Chris Hookie of Arlington, TX.
Zydeco Lady - choreographed by Chris Hookie of Arlington, TX.
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