After Dinner Dancing (Page Three)
(November 15th 2013) Last Updated: 09/11/2019 10:38:AM
Neal does the VP honors this evening!
The natives are getting restless... They can smell the dessert about to be served
Just a couple of announcements
No fair using notes!! He has a C-flat and an F-sharp
Our centerpieces were quite modern
Your attention please.... Get your rosters before they go off sale
"Now I shall entertain you with a few songs"
"Give me the mic back... You cannot sing this evening!"
The floor was nice and the lighting interesting
Charlie is enjoying all the kibizing...
We Introduce Our Guests
Pat all the way from Louisiana (We checked and she had her Green Card)
Daryl and Len
Carmen and Tracy Wells
Did You Know? - Tracy Wells – A Long Beach resident,Tracy is a transplanted Midwesterner from Quincy, Illinois. In earlier years he led big bands at the U.S. Naval Academy and at the University of Missouri. Later in Southern California he was featured with the Johnny Ricardo Latin band, free-lanced with jazz groups, vocal groups, and led other bands. Tracy is a trumpeter, vibraphonist, vocalist and arranger.
It's party time
Music starts and Toppers jump right out of their seats
So much fun and such great music
Waltz Cha-Cha Swing.... All at one time
Leroy takes orders from the floor... Talk about full service
Mixing it up
Did You Know? - "Changing Partners" is a pop song with music by Larry Coleman and lyrics by Joe Darion. It was published in 1953.
The best-known recording was made by Patti Page. It was also recorded the same year by Dinah Shore, Kay Starr, and Bing Crosby.
The version by Patti Page was recorded on September 21, 1953 and released by Mercury Records as catalog number 70260. It started on the Billboard charts on November 21, 1953, staying on the chart for 21 weeks and reaching #3 in 1954.
The version by Dinah Shore with Hugo Winterhalter's orchestra and chorus was recorded on October 15, 1953 and released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-5515 (in USA) and by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalog number B 10634. The American release reached #12 on the Billboard charts in 1954.
Just Watching Can Be Fun
Linda & Craig
Checking out new steps
After all, it is "The Petroleum Club"
Better late than never... Welcome!!!
The young man makes good... From Server to Operations Manager!
He gets a big hug
Let's go find the boys
Dancing is the poetry of the foot.
Tony can play anything that is dancable!!!
"Where is the line???"
It's a new kind of line dance
The sideline cowboys on the sidelines enjoy the dancing
Last line dancers standing
Step to the left....
Step to the right....
Standup... Sit down... Fight fight fight
A Special Announcement
A young man makes good
From Server to Operations Manager....
...and soon to be a daddy!
Moving across the floor
The famous "Roberts Dip"
Did You Know? - Dips are common to many dance forms (Tango, Lindy Hop, Salsa, Ballroom dances).
Standard: The flyer usually balances herself. The flyer's body may be horizontal or vertical. There are many grips for bases. The base uses a one-handed grip if flyer is experienced. In performance, flyer may turn her torso sideways toward the audience or toward the base. In social dance, they flyer usually turns her torso toward the base. The lead can use a two-handed grip for inexperienced partners when social dancing.
Careful kids... This is a "G-Rated Website"
Taking a rest
One for the road
Just resting for a minute of two
The last dancers standing getting ready to leave...
One for the road.... H20 you know
See you tomorrow evening....
Rock Around The Clock
One last song
It's almost time to go home
Sue checking up on the kavorting underway
Fun fun fun
Marion and Paul try a new dance moove
Good night... We're heading out
No No! We won't go!
Thanks Wait Staff
Great job... Thank you!
See you in a month