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Old School Entertainment LLC

1740 Dale Rd Cincinnati OH 45237 US

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Dance Floor Dynamite Vol. 1

Posted on April 30, 2014 at 9:35 AM
There are great songs...and there are great DANCE songs. For the next 4 Wednesday's we will share 5 great songs to fill a dance floor, and 1 song that while it may not have hit the do not play list, has been wildly over used. Share your opinions!

1. V.I.C - Wobble
The Wobble is a participation dance sure to get your party moving. It is easy to learn, and your guests that don't know it, and the ones less likely to dance at all, are sure to hit the dance floor when they see everyone having this much fun.

2. Isley Brothers - Shout
The young and the older will dance to this classic from 1959

3. Pharrell Williams - Happy
There is no doubt that this will be the song of the year at the Grammy's. We think that it will be over used pretty soon, but for now, it is a must.

4. Frank Sinatra - The Way You Look Tonight

Frank is timeless, and when it is time to slow it down (which is often forgotten), this song will have your more "mature" guests ready to get down for sure.

5. Salt N Peppa - Push It
The 80's gave us great dance music. This song will always fill a dance floor.




Now for the over used song that while still in use, and still a great song, we think is now a habit for receptions, and not necessarily a must play.

Kool and The Gang - Celebration
















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2 Comments

Reply Stars & Catz
9:12 AM on June 19, 2014 
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Reply Barnard
8:17 AM on June 4, 2018 
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