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Alcohol of Fame

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Count:
24
Wall:
2
Level:
waltz
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Barry Amato (USA) - December 2016
Music:
Alcohol of Fame - Shane Owens
 
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Twinkle, Twinkle with/ a ¼ turn
1-2-3Step/crossing R foot over L (1). Step slightly to the L on the L foot (2). Recover on R foot in place (3).
4-5-6Step/crossing L foot over R (4). Step to the R on R foot as you begin to pivot ¼ turn to the L on ball of the R foot (5). Recover slightly forward on the L foot (6).

Full turn progressing forward, step forward, ½ turn pivot, ¼ turn
1-2-3Begin turn by stepping forward on the R foot to prep turn (1). With weight on R foot, pivot ½ turn over the R shoulder with L foot taken weight after pivot (2). With weight on L foot, pivot another ½ turn over R should and then step forward onto the R foot (3).
4-5-6Step forward on the L foot (4). Pivot ½ turn R with R foot taken (5). With weight on R foot, pivot ¼ turn R and step to the side on the L foot (6).

Cross, point, hold, ¼ turn/cross, point, hold
1-2-3Cross R foot over the L (1). Point L foot to L side (2). Hold (3).
4-5-6As you cross the L foot over the R, ¼ turn to the L (4). Point R foot to the R side (5). Hold (6).

Weave, ¼ turn, step ½ pivot
1-2-3Begin weave crossing R foot over L (1). Step to the L on L foot (2). Step R foot behind L (3).
4-5-6¼ turn to the L as you step forward on the L foot (4). Step forward on the R foot (5). Pivot ½ turn L with L foot taken weight (6).

Begin again.

Tag: There is a 3 count hold at the end of the 9th wall. You will be facing the front wall when you do this hold.

Optional ending for performances: You will end the dance facing the back wall.
Begin the first 3 counts (twinkle) and then with weight on the R foot, pivot a ½ turn right (to face front wall) and settle weight onto the L foot for last count of music.

3 Comments

Pismo January 16, 2017
What a treat to see you, as always. My waltz fans will love this.

Marsd24 January 17, 2017
That's the most vivid teach I've ever watched~ Thank you so much Barry! -Grace-

Pismo January 29, 2017
Update--my students across the board love this dance. Woo hoo!

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