Most Popular line dance songs
Typically line dancing can be done to country or western songs, but that is not always. Line dancing is a dance in which dancers with or without a partner, depending on the song line up in a row and follow choreographic patterns that are sometimes explained through out the song. People enjoy dancing to line dance songs at numerous of events like weddings, parties, family reunions and many more for the thrill of excitement at an event.
Cha Cha Slide by DJ Casper
Most Popular Beginner Level Line Dances
There are many types of line dances that are very easy to teach and learn. Below I will provide a review of a few of some of the easiest line dance songs to learn to do with a brief description of each.
This dance song written and preformed by William Perry or better known for his stage name DJ Casper. This line dance songs was designed to be quite simple and great for any event because the song’s lyrics stand as a guidance through out the song which makes it one of the greatest pros of this song. This song was said to be number one in March 2004 from people all over the world from the United States to Canada to Australia to the United Kingdom and many more. The con of this song is that for most though the song is very instructional the beat of the song is quite fast and may take a couple of tries before actually getting the dance it self.
Electric Slide(Electric Boogie) by Marcia Griffith
This four wall dance was created in 1976 by choreographer, Richard Silver and derived from the song Electric Boogie by Marcia Griffith. Generally this dance is done through 18 steps in which dancers uses a combination of moves.
This dance is one of the most commonly learned line dance songs and is quite easy to learn with a slow based beat as a pro for the convenience of beginners to quickly catch on to the moves. Though it is easily learned, one this dances cons is that because there are so many variations of the song like The Freeze or The Cowboy Boogie which causes a change in the beat which can be kind of difficult to cope with when first learning to do the dance.
Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus
This 32 count four wall line dance is country line dance classic recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus on 1992 album Some Gave All. The dance is quite simple after learning the steps because you just simply repeat them over and over again.
Thanks to the video of this song the line dance exploded into the lives of many people that enjoy line dancing. The pros of this line dance range from the thrill to the love of the people doing the dance. The con of this article is just the same as the common con of line dance songs which is the time it may take for you to learn the steps in order to smoothly run through the dance with no problems.
Macarena by Los del Rio
This Spanish hit dance song became a international hit in 1995 and 1996 and has come to be on the greatest one hit wonders around.
The dance is easier then all other beginner level line dance songs because it only consists of simple arm movements. Which in turn makes it one of the best pros of this line dance, and the cons are very few in numbers but one would be the translations of Spanish. This is a con because most English speakers aren’t very fluent in Spanish causing a complication when trying to interpret the next step.
Watermelon Crawl by Tracy Byrd
This country line dance was released in August 1994 as one of Byrd’s hit songs.
Just as with this following dances this dance is also a four wall dance and easy to learn. The pros and cons of this line dance is the same as the other line dance songs. Though steps are simple they will take time to get the flow of the dance. Most people enjoy adding their own flavor and style to a line dance after they have gotten the basic steps down pack.
Hillbilly Bone by Blake Shelton featuring Trace Adkins
Unlike the other line dance songs this dance is two wall instead of four wall, but is easy to follow once steps have been practiced. The 32 count country line dance was number one off Blake’s second album release, Hillbilly Bone.
With fast paced steps and a good ole country rhythm to go along with it you can liven up any party. The advantages of this line dance can be appreciated by watching your feet move to the beat as you dance with the music, though that may take a little time and some effort
The best dance songs to dance
Dancing is an extremely enjoyable form of exercise as well as being a lot of fun. People love to dance at parties, reunions, weddings and at home in their living room for exercise and fun. Every genre and era of music has a lot of great songs to dance to. The best dance songs are those that when they start playing make a person want to get up and dance. The 80’s had some of the best songs to dance to.
Driving My Life Away by Eddie Rabbit
This song made the Hot Singles Country list in 1980 at number 1. This country song is a great song for the Country Swing dance.
Freeze Frame by J. Guiles Band
This song is so much fun to dance to. There is a place in the song where the music stops and dancers have fun stopping their dance moves for that portion of time.
Whip-It by Devo
What a fun and silly song this is. Most everyone who likes music will have fun dancing to Whip-it. Dancers can be absolutely silly dancing to this song.
I Love Rock by Joan Jett
Songs for wedding
walking down the aisle songs
When it comes to your big day, every detail of your wedding is understandably counted as highly important. This includes the soundtrack. While many weddings stick to the traditional Wedding March by Mendelssohn, you might be looking for something a little more unorthodox and fun. Here is a list of the top 10 tunes to walk down the aisle to.
“Air on G String” by Bach
This beautiful piece from the baroque era of music is probably one of the more popular walking down the aisle songs to choose from. Great for folks who love their classical music and wish to maintain a traditionally elegant atmosphere for their ceremony.
“Canon in D” by Pachelbel
More famously known as “Pachelbel’s Canon”, this is a favorite song for walking down the aisle. Its steady but harmonious effect makes for a perfect soundtrack for your ceremony, and it can be prolonged or shortened without notice to suit your entrance’s timing
Unique first dance songs
When it comes to tying the knot, everything has to be perfect, even the music soundtrack for your ceremony. While many couples prefer sticking to a traditional approach, other may be more inclined to select something less “mainstream” when it comes to wedding music. Or maybe more mainstream, depending on how you define it. Nevertheless, here is a list of unique first dance songs to spur your ideas on what you would like for your big day.
“I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz
This recent hit from Jason Mraz has quickly shot up to one of the top selections to backdrop weddings. Its meaningful lyrics capture everything that one would hope to say to a life partner, and its simple acoustic sound works perfectly for the first dance.
“The Way I Am” by Ingrid Michaelson
Another sweet acoustic song about how “you take me the way I am” despite everything else. This song is a cute selection to start off the evening’s dancing.