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Hustle

 

 

History

In early 1973, at a discotheque called The Grand Ballroom, women were exhibiting a new and nameless “touch dance.” The dance had a basic form with a simple 6-count step and featured inside and outside single turns. This was the birth of what would later be called Hustle. The young men at the club took notice, instantly interested in this new “touch dance” that represented a return to romance and was, quite simply, a great way to meet women! From that time on, the Hustle gained enormous popularity and has continued to evolve to this day. 


Argentine Tango
Cha Cha
East Coast Swing
Performance
Hustle
Merengue
Nightclub 2-Step
Rumba
Salsa
Swango
Waltz
West Coast Swing
Ballet for Ballroom
Jazz for Ballroom
Dance It Off!