Top 10 Beginner Dances
Are you just learning how to line dance? Does it seem extremely difficult, which is why you stay off to the side of the dance floor twiddling your thumbs? Well, lucky for you, here’s a list of the Top 10 beginner level dances done at the White Buffalo Saloon in beautiful Sarasota, FL. You can learn these dances right here on the Line Dance Central page: ABC 7's Line Dance Central
1. Charleston Cowboy to Little White Church by Little Big Town or Knee Deep by Zach Brown Band
- 16 count, 4 wall, very beginner level. Danced to many different songs
2. Footloose by Blake Shelton
- 16 count, 4 wall, beginner level. Fast and upbeat. A great to learn for your first time.
3. Rocky Top by Dolly Parton (Remixed Version)
- 16 count, 4 wall, beginner level. Very Fast and great for a country party. This dance will get you in the country mood!
4. Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy by Big & Rich
- 32 count, 4 wall, beginner level. Want to learn a sassy, confident dance? This is the one to learn. Very popular dance.
5. UH-GUH-LEE to Your New Boyfriend by Coffee Anderson
- 16 count, 4 wall, beginner level. This dance is a great dance to start off the night. Its fun, easy pace and a hilarious song!
6. Redneck Girl by the Bellamy Brothers
- 24 count, 4 wall, beginner level. This Dance is well known in most country venues. This would be a solid dance to learn right away.
7. 2 Heads by Coleman Hell
- 32 count, 4 wall, upper beginner. Not your typical country song – in fact, the only thing country about it is the banjo. Other than that this is a fun pop song to dance to.
8. Cheerleader by OMI
- 32 count, 4 wall. Upper beginner dance. This is by no means country, but the song is extremely popular and the dance goes along with it very well. There are two restarts in the dance, so beware!
9. Gonna by Blake Shelton
- 16 count dance, 4 wall, beginner. Good dance to start the night off with.
10. Cowboy Up by Jill Johnson
- 32 count, 4 wall, beginner level. This is another fun, upbeat song and dance. Good for weddings and country bars. You’re not going to hear this song on the radio, but it sure will get you on the dance floor!
There you have it. No more excuses. If you want to learn to dance, go to a lesson at the White Buffalo Saloon. If you’re a little overwhelmed, then look at these dances on ABC 7’s Line Dance Central and practice! Then take your newly refined talents out to the dance floor and show everyone what you’ve learned!