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Bootleggers Appalachian Dancers & The Lootbeggers Old Tyme Band.

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Percussive Step - Dancing to Live Music.

 

 

The Bootleggers Appalachian Dancers are an American Folk Dance Display Team in North Lincolnshire,  supported by 'The Lootbeggers' old-tyme music band.

The Bootleggers specialise in a display form of clogging known as ‘Buck Dance’ or ‘Precision Clogging’, a highly percussive performance style, a totally infectious and thoroughly enjoyable fusion of world folk dance, now known as Appalachian Dance. They wear traditional "oxford" tap shoes to beat out the rhythm of the Traditional Celtic and Old-Time American tunes they dance to.

Bootleggers Displays

The Bootleggers display team with their old-tyme band'The Lootbeggers', are available to entertain at folk events, dance shows, fetes, festivals and other events for a mixed crowd.

 

To Book The Bootleggers for your event,

 Email Julia at julia1pollock2@btinternet.com

or ring 07704 666916

 

 

The Bootleggers Appalachian Dancers at the Epworth Old Rectory Museum Arts Festival on Bank Holiday Monday May 27th, performing an original dance called "Frogs Legs" to a traditional tune called "Old French", played by 'The Lootbeggers Old Tyme Band', comprising Gerry Fillingham on Octave Mandolin, Ray Banks on Banjo, Phil Green on fiddle,  Carl Hoeft on guitar,  and Chris Marshall on Double bass. The Bootleggers dancers in this video are Julia Pollock, Rosie Pollock, Sheila Eade and Rachel White.

Copyright © Bootleggers 2011.  Latest update 11 03 2015