Dancers Do Jaunty Line Dance to Classic Country Song – Crowd Cant Get Enough.

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Line dancing has a long and storied history that is intertwined with the history of country music itself. Line dancing has been a popular rural activity in the United States since the late 1800s. Early on, it was primarily done to traditional folk tunes and popular songs, but eventually it became linked to country music. As the popularity of country music grew in the 1950s, so too did the popularity of line dancing. By the 1970s, line dancing was a mainstay of country music, with countless people across the country taking part in the iconic activity.

And I love to watch a group of people performing a country line dance if they know what they’re doing–and this group of women in Germany certainly does. These 12 talented and fun ladies just can’t help but jump in and perform to Alan Jackson’s 1992 country mega-hit “Chattahoochee.” This song is totally a classic hit and people can’t help but cherish the song to this day. The talented ladies are not here to play, they really got some serious moves to show.

These women just don’t disappoint you at any point. Be it their funky moves, foot taps, or their matching outfit. The performance only gets better. Not to forget, these ladies look just like authentic cowgirls. They really give you the country vibes.

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