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Online Jazz (vernacular) Dance Lesson Video: Dean Collins' Shim Sham No.02

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This series teaches a famous vernacular jazz line dance called the Shim Sham, and this is a later version by swing dance pioneer Dean Collins. Each lesson teaches you a piece of the whole choreography. In this, part 02 of 11, the lesson covers the first main phrase of the routine, beginning the first chorus.

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3
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5:40
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Daniel Newsome Denver, CO, United States

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Instructor Bio

Daniel Newsome and Tiffiny Wine have been dancing for 8 years, studying extensively with master dancers from around the globe. Current Midwest Lindy Fest champs, they also placed third at NJC this year in Showcase, and 3rd at this year's Lindy on the Rocks Invitational Jack and Jill.

Their style combines classic and modern technique while preserving the old flavor of lindy hop, keeping airsteps, charleston and classic movements at the core or what they do.

They’ve placed in many local and national competitions as couples and as individuals, and travel regularly learning, competing and teaching around the country.

Dan and Tiffiny are dedicated to keeping vintage music, dance and culture alive, and study swing history and use historical context in their classes. They are also studying vintage tap.

Founding members of the 2nd place national team, 23 Skidoo, they also run Denver's most popular swing nights at the Mercury Cafe, with regular attendance of over 200 people a night.

Their credits also include many dozens of DJ spots at national exchanges and camps.

Tiffiny Wine Denver, CO, United States

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Instructor Bio

Daniel Newsome and Tiffiny Wine have been dancing for 8 years, studying extensively with master dancers from around the globe. Current Midwest Lindy Fest champs, they also placed third at NJC this year in Showcase, and 3rd at this year's Lindy on the Rocks Invitational Jack and Jill.

Their style combines classic and modern technique while preserving the old flavor of lindy hop, keeping airsteps, charleston and classic movements at the core or what they do.

They've placed in many local and national competitions as couples and as individuals, and travel regularly learning, competing and teaching around the country.

Dan and Tiffiny are dedicated to keeping vintage music, dance and culture alive, and study swing history and use historical context in their classes. They are also studying vintage tap.

Founding members of the 2nd place national team, 23 Skidoo, they also run Denver's most popular swing nights at the Mercury Cafe, with regular attendance of over 200 people a night.

Their credits also include many dozens of DJ spots at national exchanges and camps.

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