Come learn a line dance from the jazz era of music and dancing! *Dancers of all levels welcome, no experience or partner necessary.* The Swing Dance Club invites you to learn the Shim Sham, a line dance that evolved in the dance halls of Harlem during the late 1920s, and is traditionally danced to the song “Tain’t What You Do” by Jimmy Lunceford. The routine is very simple and easy to learn, but when you’ll leave you’ll have some fun solo jazz moves in your repertoire and you can join in dancing the Shim Sham whenever “Tain’t What You Do” comes on at our free dances or at other swing events around the world!
- Sponsored by:
- Swing Dancing Club