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Jim Lamberson


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Tap Dance

The history of tap dance covers the modern evolution of dance, starting with the mid-1800s when African-American influence started changing the modern scene of dance to eventually managing to reach incredible heights of popularity. Learn more about history of tap dance

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Line Dance

Line dance represents one of the most communal and fun modern dances, often danced during celebrations and in dance halls. Originating from the 1950s and receiving a big boost during the height of disco era, line dance can easily be found today all around the world.

Ghost Dance

Ghost Dance was originally used as a religious and spiritual dance. Along the popular Sun Dance that was practiced by the tribes of the Plains Indians in US and Canada, Ghost Dance remains remembered today as a unique modern dance that was introduced during times of the greatest hardships of the Native Americans.