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Down To The Honky Tonk

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Improver
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Stephen Pistoia - August 2018
Music:
Down to the Honkytonk - Jake Owen : (iTunes)
 
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Intro: 16ct - No Tags Or Restarts

( 1-8 ) TOE HEEL STOMP X 2 FORWARD SHUFFLE - FORWARD RT. MAMBO
1&2left toe – heel – stomp
3&4right toe – heel - stomp
5&6step LF forward – step RF next to LF – step LF forward
7&8rock RF forward - recover on LF – step RF backwards (12:00)

( 9-16 ) SHUFFLE BACK, COASTER STEP, STEP PIVOT CROSS, STEP TOUCHES
1&2step LF back – step RF next to LF – step LF back
3&4step RF back – step LF next to RF step RF forward
5&6step LF forward – pivot ¼ turn RT – cross LF over RF
7&8&step RF out to RT – touch LF next to RF – step LF out to LT - touch RF next to LF (3:00)

( 17-24) RT SHUFFLE, CROSS ROCK RECOVER, TURNING JAZZ BOX X 2 MAKING 1/4 TURN
1&2step RF out to RT – step LF next to RF – step RF out to RT
3&4cross LF over RF – recover on RF – step LF next to RF
5&6&7&8&cross RF over LF, Step LF Back , making a 1/4 turn RT step RF to RT side, step LF forward, Cross RF over LF, step LF back, step RF to RT side, step LF Forward

(25-32) SCUFF STOMP STOMP, HEEL SWIVELS, LT MAMBA, RT MAMBO
1&2scuff RF – stomp RF – stomp LF
3&4swivels heels RT – LT – RT
5&6step LF out to LT – recover on RF – step LF next to RF
7&8step RF out to RT – recover on LF – step RF next to LF

This dance rotates clockwise.

Any questions contact me @ pistoias@ymail.com have fun enjoy!!!!
Last Update - 24th Aug. 2018

5 Comments

dl August 13, 2018
You know this is a 64 count dance?

Pismo August 13, 2018
Two-steps can be counted either way. I prefer the syncopated counts as this one is written to 1-2-3 hold 4.

unicorn August 19, 2018
How can this be a 64 count dance?

Pismo August 21, 2018
1,2,3, HOLD 4, 5, 6, 7, HOLD 8, etc. The first set as written would become two sets, the second would become two, etc.

Tom @ CRRC November 3, 2018
OK, does a good job of interpreting the music and will hold the dancers' interest and give them a sense of accomplishment. But the consecutive jazz boxes with the turn in the first one is awkward, especially awkward if you finish the first with the step forward on the left as prescribed. So that costs it a star. I'm keeping the two jazz boxes but I'm having my dancers move the turn into the second.

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