In 1913, Harry Fox, a vaudeville comedian, introduced a trot to a ragtime song that pushed other trots into the background. It became America’s most popular “get acquainted” dance and remains one of the standards of social dancing to this day. The Foxtrot can be danced to a variety of tempos from slow and bluesy to the faster paced sounds of Frank Sinatra and the Brian Setzer Orchestra. A staple at weddings, big band events, and gala balls, the Foxtrot teaches smooth movement, rhythmical timing, and maneuverability.
Get ready for your upcoming wedding, reunion or cruise by learning to dance the Foxtrot today. You’ll be gliding across the floor in no time at all!
Fox Trot Songs And Artists Include:
- New York, New York – Frank Sinatra
- My Baby Only Cares For Me – The Brian Setzer Orchestra
- It Had To Be You – Harry Connick Jr.