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Line Dancing Isn’t a Passing Fad


Country music and the western culture that accompanies it is a part of America’s foundation. Although today’s America is widely known as a melting pot of many cultures and traditions, the country life remains strong in many regions and is on the rise in some surprising areas.

Line dancing has been a pastime of the South and the West for decades, but according to the Boston Globe, the suburbs of New England are “becoming more than a little bit country”. In the last few years, the line dancing scene has become increasingly popular. Residents are now able to enjoy a wider variety of country western bars and country concerts, proving that line dancing isn’t just another passing fad in America.

Line dancing is a choreographed dancing with a repeated sequence of steps, perfect for large groups, singles, or couples to dance along to old and new country songs. While line dancing night have celebrated its heyday in the 80s and 90s, plenty of folks all over the country still enjoy stomping around to country classics, and the newest releases.

What are the most popular line dancing songs today?

  1. Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus
  2. Boot Scootin Boogie – Brooks and Dunn
  3. What the Cowgirls Do – Vince Gill
  4. Copperhead Road – Steve Earle
  5. Good Time – Alan Jackson
  6. Indian Outlaw – Tim McGraw
  7. Baby Likes to Rock It – The Tractors
  8. Watermelon Crawl – Tracy Byrd
  9. Louisiana Saturday Night – Mel McDaniel
  10. Any Man of Mine – Shania Twain

Dance along to your favorite country songs in a pair of Sheplers cowboy boots, jeans, or other western wear for men and women.

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