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From Wikipedia: "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" is a popular song. The music was written by Fred E. Ahlert, the lyrics by Joe Young. The song was published in 1935. The first big hit version was by Fats Waller in 1935; the song also had a major revival in 1957 in a recording by Billy Williams, which reached #3 on the Billboard magazine charts.
Acording to The History of American Bandstand p. 17 Billy Williams was a "moderately successful rhythm-and-blues" singer of the 50's and the FIRST special guest star to appear on the FIRST network show of American Bandstand on August 5, 1957. His appearance was significant at the time because R&B music and black artists were not the norm for network afternoon TV.
49 years later, those of us who grew up dancing in our living rooms from 3 - 4:30 with Dick Clark and American Bandstand are dancing to the song
Write Myself A Letter. The beginner dance was written by Pat Stott and Steve Mason.

Pat Stott has written
Don't Feel Like Dancing to Scissor Sisters
Kate Sala has written
LOL to upbeat latin music.
Daniel Whittaker has written
Rockin' On Heavens Door to vintage Roy Orbison
As I was scanning for files I came across C'mon Baby Ride that Train ...under the heading of "line dance" ...I immediately was taken back to 1997 when I learned Scott's
Ride That Train ...first line dance to funky young music we now take for granted.

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Lessons? S F Bay area line dance instructors listed by TEACH Cities
Clubs: Boots'n' Buckles - Cactus Corners - Country Hustlers - Quick Steppers
Socials: 2nd FRI - 2nd SAT - 1st SUN

MONDAY Westhope Social 9:30 - 11:30 Playlist August 21
Westhope Presbyterian Church; 12850 Saratoga Avenue
There will be dance class on Labor Day, September 4 at Westhope.

FRIDAYSaratoga Social 10:15 - 12:30ish
Playlist August 25
next Teach: All That I Am Neville Fitzgerald & Julie Harris; no reviews scheduled

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