If so, how long have you been practicing/watching it?
NO, CLOGGING IS NOT WHAT YOU DO TO SINKS, DRAINS,TOILETS, ETC.
Now that that’s out of the way…
I’ve been clogging for 1 yr 4months and I have a wonderful teacher, I practice it with my mom, and I’m in the expert class.
I know routines to:
Louisiana Saturday Nite
Jump Back Jo Jo
Do you love me?
All American Girl
Old Time Rock n’ Roll
Fishin in the Dark
Sweet Home Alabama
Life is a Highway
Cotton Eyed Joe
I guess my question is, are there any classics I should do a routine to that I don’t already have? Any song ideas for talent shows?
Thanks for traditional dancers!
Lol I’ve seen clogging routines done to hip-hop songs by a crew called Dynamic Edition. They appeared on America’s Best Dance Crew.
That’s not the full video of their routine to "Achy Breaky Heart" by Billy Ray Cyrus, but it’s the only vid I can find on this routine. Oh and they added in some hip-hop so it’s not all clogging.
Maybe you could try that song?
For me it cajun food.
(Last time I went down to New Orleans I got it so bad it lasted for 3 days thanks to habenero pepper gumbo.
SO good but makes me SO mserable for such a LONG time!
Unfortunately, as we get older, we have a harder time consuming the food we once enjoyed with no side effects. Anything acidy (tomatoes, pepper, raw veggies, even dairy) can cause heartburn. I take it as a sign that I am not treating my body like I should.
Cajun Music, Cajun Band, Fricassee Cajun Band performing the Admedee Two-Step along with special guest “Cajun Princess” 10 year old Gracie Babineaux on accordion and 8 year old Julie Babnineaux on guitar. These two young ladies are an awesome pair to be able to play along side of on stage. Keep your eyes and ears open for them in the Headlines! Fricassee Cajun Band is from Lafayette, LA. The band plays authentic Cajun French music. This performance was filmed live on January 10, 2009 from the Liberty Theater in Eunice, LA. Band members are: Kirk Dugas on guitar, Henry Hample on fiddle, Austin Monceaux on accordion, Billy Hammond on drums and Lisa Trahan on bass.
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Cajun Music, Cajun Band, Fricassee Cajun Band is from Lafayette, LA. The band plays authentic Cajun French music. This performance was filmed live from the Liberty Theater in Eunice, LA. Band members are: Kirk Dugas on guitar, Henry Hample on fiddle, Austin Monceaux on accordion, Billy Hammond on drums and Lisa Trahan on bass. Austin is a self taught 16 year old accordionist. He is one of the best upcoming Cajun musicians to keep a watch on.
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My interview with Mabel from the Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs located in Dover, New Jersey.
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Christine Balfa plays the triangle, (or T’fer, pronounced TEE FAIR), and On the fiddles are Courtney Granger and Kevin Wimmer, who are also in Balfa Toujours with Christine. They play this beautiful rendition of an old Acadian tune on just three instruments. Enjoy. P.S. Anyone know thew name of this tune ?
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Live in Nashestvie 2006
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What it means to live in Louisiana.
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Ray Abshire, Kristy Guillory and Sheryl Cormier perform in this video from the annual festival in Lafayette LA
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