Tanzbeschreibung / Stepsheet

Good Time
(The Longest Linedance from Alan Jacksons GoodTimes)
Choreographed by Jenny Cain Nashville, Tennesse
Description: 48 count, 4 wall, beginner line dance
Musik: Good Time by Alan Jackson

TOE STRUTS FORWARD (TOE-HEEL)
1-4 Step right toe forward, drop right heel, step left toe forward, drop left heel
5-8 Repeat 1-4

TOUCH, STEP AND RIGHT GRAPE VINE AND CLAP
1-4 Touch right to side, together, side, together
5-8 Turn ¼ right and step right forward, turn ½ right and step left back, turn ¼ right and step right to side, touch left together

TOUCH, STEP AND LEFT GRAPE VINE AND CLAP
1-4 Touch left to side, together, side, together
5-8 Turn ¼ left and step left forward, turn ½ left and step right back, turn ¼ left and step left to side, touch right together

3x HITCH (KNEE LIFT), STEP BACK, JUMP CROSS, JUMP ¼ TURN LEFT
1-2 Hitch right knee forward, step right back
3-4 Hitch left knee, step left back
5-6 Hitch right knee, step right back
7-8 Hop feet crossed right over left, hop with ¼ turn left landing with feet apart

TUSH PUSH (BASIC CHA CHA)
1&2 Chasse forward right, left, right
3-4 Rock left forward, recover to right
5&6 Chasse back left, right, left
7-8 Rock right back, recover to left

SHIMMY (down and up)
1-2 Step right to side (body low), shimmy
3-4 Step left together (standing up), hold
5-8 Repeat 1-4

New! Alan Jackson Tries To Set the logest Line Dancing Record With his Music Video!

Thank you Alan JACKSON for song and thanks Jenny Cain for the choreography.
Thanks Award-winning director Trey Fanjoy hit the ground running with this idea of having the world’s longest line dance.

It was Alan’s joke in the beginning that the song was so country, they were gonna bring
line dancing back ….. but what a great idea it was!
With over 200 dancers and only two days of rehearsals, Alan Jackson’s new video for „Good Time“ was well on its way!

Stepsheet 'Good Time' as PDF: Good Time.pdf

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