Boogie Woogie Rock, Rock'n'Roll, Rhytm and Blues
Boogie Woogie originally came into being as a music track that became popular in the late 1920s.
The term Boogie Woogie is used mainly in Europe while in the United States it is often known as the East Coast Swing (not everywhere).
The dance name is actually confusing because Boogie Woogie is most often dancing on rock'n'roll music but when the name Rock'n'roll was named, it was already busy with its acrobatic version.
Boogie Woogie is a very dynamic dance, just like the dance music, and Lindy Hop had the greatest influence on his development.
At the same time this is a dance with frequent acrobatics, downs and other challenging elements that make it extremely attractive.
Boogie Woogie is a dance for you if:
You're one of Rock'n'Roll and Boogie Woogie music fans in the '50s
You like a good movement with fast changing locations
Improvisation is not a strange concept
Look for dynamics, speed and crazy rhythms
Want one day to do acrobatics on a dance floor
You love dancing where partners can complement you