Teach March to Flatfoot; Be a Blog Star

On Thursday, my friend March (who wrote the very first comment on The Revivalist) posted this comment and videoclip to my Facebook page:

“WHERE DO I LEARN HOW TO DO THIS?!!!! WANT WANT WANT!”

I love watching people flatfoot, and I think the history behind the dance is neat. Apparently, it’s an amalgam of styles–Scots-Irish to Cherokee–that merged in our mountain range. 

Last edited by marklynn on February 15, 2011 at 6:35 am

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3 Comments

  • Uncle

    Once upon a time I won a few contests at bluegrass festivals. The closest I could come now would be to come to your nieces clogging class. That’s what they do, only with jingle taps on your shoes.

  • Uncle

    Has she learned to flat foot yet? Google search “clogging” and you can find some website that show you basic steps.

  • marklynn

    Alas. No one in the DC metro has stepped forward (pun intended). We may have to resort to a local clogging class.

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