Boot Scootin’ Boogie Line
Formation: Individual dancers all begin facing the same direction in loose lines.
Music: “Boot Scootinâ€™ Boogie” by Brooks and Dunn
Download RTF file: Boot Scootin’ Boogie Line
25-32 – – – -; – – Vine Right;
1-8 – – Vine Left; – – Heels;
9-16 – – – Swivels; – Stomp and Kick;
17-24 – – – – ; – – Forward and Touch;
25-32 – Back – Side; – Turn – Vine;
1-4 Step right to side, cross left behind right, step right to side, touch left heel diagonally forward and clap.
5-8 Step left to side, cross right behind left, step left to side, touch right heel diagonally forward and clap.
9-12 Step on right beside left, touch left heel diagonally forward and clap. Step on left beside right, touch right heel diagonally forward and clap.
13-16 Swivel heels to right, to left, to right, and back to the center.
17-20 With right foot stomp, stomp, kick, kick.
21-24 Quickly step on right, then left. Stomp on right. Kick right foot forward twice.
25-28 Forward right, hook left behind right. Step back left, raise right knee and clap,
29-32 Step back on right, raise left knee and clap. Step forward on left, brush right heel forward and around lifting weight to pivot on left foot and turn left one-quarter.
Choreography by: Bill Bader, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Usage: This is a 32-count, four-wall line dance. It is a nice routine for community dancers, but too much for most beginner parties.
There are several versions on YouTube.
Variations to simplify:
17-24 With right foot stomp, stomp, kick, kick, stomp, stomp, kick, kick.
25-32 Step forward on right, hold and clap. Step back on left, hold and clap. Step to the side on right, hold and clap. Step to the side on left turning to face the left wall, hold and clap.
This page from http://dances.callerlab.org (CALLERLAB Dance Resource).