Swing is a joyful and fun dance, originally developed for contemporary Jazz music in the 1920s. It evolved into many different regional styles as music changed over time. Swing jazz features the syncopated timing associated with African American and West African music and dance, a combination of crotchets and quavers (quarter notes and eighth notes) that many swing dancers interpret as ‘triple steps’.


Song Selections

Brown Eyed Girl

by Van Morrison

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

by Elvis Presley

Don’t Rock The Jukebox

by Alan Jackson

Runaround Sue

by Dion

What I Like About You

by The Romantics

Hard Workin’ Man

by Brooks and Dunn

Bie Mir Bist Du Shon

by The Andrew Sisters

Corine, Corina

by Brooks & Dunn