America dances....from the shared traditions of the South, of square dances, clogging and buck and wing, and the Buzzard Lope and Eagle Rock of African American tradition, to the syncopated Cakewalks, Marches, One-steps, and Two-steps of rag-time St Louis;
Moving on from the Texas Tommy, Ballin’ the Jack, Walking the Dog and Castle Walk of black Broadway composers, and the daring animal dances like The Grizzly Bear, Camel Walk, Bunny Hug, and Fox Trot of the Tin Pan Alley hits and New York cabarets of the ‘teens to the Shimmy-sha-wobble, Charleston, Black Bottom and Truckin’ of the Jazz Age, dancing got real close and hot!
Why not shake your shimmy to The RJO with a Cakewalk, Charleston or Slow Drag?
If you don't know how, just download The RJO Dance Manual...
Containing info and helpful instructions on: The Texas Tommy, Maxixe, Bunny Hug, Eagle Rock, Ballin' the Jack, Slow Grind, Shimmie-sha-wobble and many others. And of course, how to go Truckin'.