SIX CORNERS ATLANTA

Choreographed by: Unknown
Music: The Right To Remain Silent by Doug Stone
This Nightlife by Clint Black
or anything else you want to use that is fast.
This dance is not song specific
Counts: 34
Type: 4 Wall Line Dance - Beg/Interm

Cue Sheet Prepared by Max Perry
 
2 Heel Splits, Kicks & Hook Combination
1,2,3,4  Split both heels out, center, out, center
5,6,7,8  Kick Right forward, Touch Right next to Left, Kick Right
  forward, Hook Right in front of Left crossing just below the Left knee
1,2  Kick Right forward, Step Right next to Left
  2 Heel Splits, Kick & Hook Combination
1,2,3,4  Split both heels out, center, out, center
5,6,7,8  Kick Left forward, Hook Left in front of Right crossing
  just below the knee, Kick Left forward, Touch Left next to Right
 
3 X Step, Touch & Clap , 2 Curving Walks Back Turning 1/4 Left
1,2  Step Left forward, Touch Right up next to Left & Clap
3,4  Step Right back, Touch Left next to Right & Clap
5,6  Step Left forward, Touch Right up next to Left & Clap
7,8  Step Right back & start to turn to the left, Step Left back completing a 1/4 turn left
 
Stomp, Back, Back, Back
1  Stomp Right next to Left (donít change weight)
2,3,4  Step back Right, Left, Right
 
Stomp, Stomp, Kick, Together
5,6,7,8  Stomp Left next to Right (donít change weight), Stomp Left
  in place (changing weight), Kick Right forward, Step Right next to Left
 
Repeat from start
 
Notes: This is an old classic dance and is a regional variation that was
danced in the Atlanta area. As with many of the older dances that are
choreographer unknowns, there will be many variations and odd counts, but
they always seem to work. This dance is no exception. Try it, and I think
youíll agree that it is exciting and fun, and it seems to recapture a
little of that old feeling .
 


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