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I like the more complex workings in the new line dances. I also like the fact that line dances are done to such a vast variety of music genres. They are a good way for students to learn Cha-Cha, Waltz, Swing or Two-Step...all without a dance partner. And most dances can be mastered in the privacy of your own living room.

People say my dances are "Challenging" I am not sure if that is a good thing, but I will take it as a compliment. I have entered a few Choreography Competitions in the past "Soul Violins" took first place in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Another dance, "Just Imagine" took second place in the Phrased Country Category. At the Vegas Dance Explosion, I took first place in two different categories with my dances "Global Warming" and "Working It".

If you have never been to this type of an event, you owe it to yourself to try one. They are high energy, and loaded with new and exciting dances to learn from some of the best choreographers and teachers around. For me, the best part has been the wonderful friendships I have made along the way.

Please check out my "What's Happening" Page to see where I will be, and don't be afraid to say "Hi". I hope to see you soon in one of my classes or on the floor.

About Scott

Welcome to my website. I hope you find the information on the site useful as well as entertaining. I started line dancing around 1999. I remember the first dance I ever tried to learn was Jo Thompson's "Midnight Waltz". I was so intrigued by the movement. Believe it or not, it took me 4 sessions to learn that dance. Things have changed dramatically in the short time I have been dancing. I find that the dances are much more demanding in precision and complexity. No more of just "Slap Dem Boots!" and "Kick up your heels".