By Ralph G. Giordano

A enjoyable, fact-filled, and punctiliously researched trip of kingdom and western dancing from the roots of Western Swing to Hank Williams, the Urban Cowboy two-step of John Travolta, and the national sensation of kingdom line dancing.

• contains by no means earlier than released images of kingdom and western dancing

• bargains an in depth bibliography of assets and references together with a YouTube reference for dance indicates similar to "Club Dance," a TNN Nineties favorite

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