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    The Country Dancing Hall

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    The Country Dancing Hall "Get down, turn around, go to town, Boot Scootin' Boogie!" This is a familiar piece of music sung by Brooks and Dunn that is regularly heard at my favorite place, "Boot Scootin' Thursday" at the Dubuque County Fairgrounds. Many people believe that country music is just singers whining about their divorce, the death of their dog, etc. In reality, however, it is much more than that. Country music is all about life experiences. This place allows people of all ages to be free

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    line dancing

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    the United States. However, one thing is for sure. Country line dancing is not just a fad, but rather seems to be a mainstay in the culture of the United States, as seen by the thousands of clubs like the Boot Scootin’ Saloon throughout the country. First, while line dancing at the Boot Scootin’ Saloon on Saturday, November 7, 1998, I had the opportunity to interview two interesting women, Jill Babinec and Lesley Rafferty. First, Jill Babinec, a resident of Cleveland, Ohio, became interested in line

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    Brooks and Dunn

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    Brooks and Dunn was a Country band consisting of two vocalists, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn. They initially were formed in 1988 in Nashville, TN. Both Ronnie and Kix were solo recording artists before forming a band together. The band Brooks and Dunn were influenced by many people and kinds of music as well as they influenced others. They used influences of Honky-Tonk, Mainstream Rock, and other Rock in their music. The band is mostly known for the kick starting of the line dancing craze, the

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