Country Music Is Here to Stay
Nobody can deny that country music is a type of genre that is here to stay. There’s just something about the style of this music genre that still keeps enticing young and old around the globe, especially in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, as these are the countries where country music is very much loved, for some reason.
Now, if you don’t know how to dance country music, you might really get in trouble if you ever decide to go to a country club and walk up to the dance floor, as there are several typical dance routines that take place in those types of places. Contrary to popular belief, it’s quite easy to dance to traditional country music as well as current country music.
Dancing Traditional Country Music Is a Must
The western style dancing is popular in the dance clubs, where groups of people gather on the dance floor and dance forming lines. There are also a couple dances that require quick steps. Learn the steps and movements can be difficult on the dance floor, as there’s no opportunity to stop or slow down the music.
If you want, you can practice in the privacy of your home with the help of your computer to attain the basics before going out dancing at night. Find patterns of steps for country line dancing. View country music videos online on different websites, like AOL Music, Yahoo Music, and YouTube. These videos can show you where to place your feet and in what order to dance. These videos are similar to those dance classes sometimes use for beginners. You can study the dances and pause when you want to practice a particular step. You can also opt to go to an instructor, as he/she can tell you exactly what you need to do in order to hit the nail on the head. You can also opt just to read books about how to dance traditional country music. (Read the instructions carefully.)
Top 20 Downloaded Country Songs
Now, don’t forget to download the top country songs of 2015. There have been many songs that have been released this year, but there are twenty, in particular, that have become the most downloaded 2015 country songs due to their one-of-a-kind lyrics and tunes, which can’t be missing on your music list: Strip It Down by Luke Bryan, Burning House by Cam,
House Party by Sam Hunt, John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16 by Keith Urban, Buy Me a Boat by Chris Janson, Like a Wrecking Ball by Eric Church, Crash and Burn by Thomas Rhett, Crash and Burn by Thomas Rhett, Kick the Dust Up by Luke Bryan, Smoke Break by Carrie Underwood, Lose My Mind by Brett Eldredge, Break Up with Him by Old Dominion, I’m Comin’ Over by Chris Young, Fly by Maddie & Tae, Anything Goes by Florida Georgia Line, Save It for a Rainy Day by Kenny Chesney, Girl Crush by Little Big Town, Take Your Time by Sam Hunt, Hell of a Night by Dustin Lynch, Tonight Looks Good on You by Jason Aldean, and Love You Easy by Zac Brown Band.