Top online swing dance lessons selected from across the web featuring different swing styles and teachers.
Swing dancers video clips from film, stage, conventions and competitions over the last fifty years!
West Coast Swing Jack and Jills memorable performances!
Swing videos and article includes the popular swing dances like Lindy Hop, Carolina Shag, Boogie Woogie, Jive, Balboa & West Coast Swing.
DanceTime Global's Swing Video Picks for week of November 17, 2014 inlcudes St. Louis & Carolina Shag, Boogie Woogie,Lindy, Charleston, Jive, West Coast Swing.
The East Coast Swing dance history, music, characteristics, styles and dance videos.
The Jitterbug (Swing) San Diego dance history featuring jitterbug dancing articles, venues, music and videos.
Swing dance's origin, evolution, popularization across the U.S., regional forms article, videos from one hundred years of swing dancing!
all about Swing Dance including East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Lindy Hop, Balboa, Carolina Shag and Jitterbug with swing articles, moves, videos, patterns and more.
The different styles of swing dance are described including Lindy Hop, East Coast Swing, Balboa, D.C. Hand Dance, Ceroc, St. Louis Shag, Jitterbug, Carolina Shag and West Coast Swing.
Swing Dance Lessons San Diego Guide includes information about swing dance lessons including swing dance studios, swing teachers, swing dance venues and swing dance groups. It covers all types of swing including East Coast swing, Lindy hop, jive, boogie w
A brief history of the Jitterbug Swing Club in San Diego, which has been going strong for 30 years on March 16, 2014!
A quick guide to West Coast swing technique including one-track walks, engage the lats, heel leads, rolling count and more about West Coast swing technique.
A video, article blog includes an article and videos demonstrating the differences between the various swing dance genres including Lindy Hop, East Coast Swing, Jitterbug and West Coast Swing.
About the elements of swing dance - lindy hop, balboa, East Coast swing, jitterbug, shag, hand dance, West Coast swing and all other forms of swing dancing.
West Coast swing is a living dance because it continues to evolve with contemporary music.
What is West Coast Swing? How did it develope over the years. West Coast Swing dancing explained in a three article series. (part 2)