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Best Lindy Hop podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Lindy Hop podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to Hey Mister Jesse's barbecue of tasty talk about swingin' jazz and blues. DJ Jesse Miner will serve up a platter of swingin' music that matters to dancers. Check out the show every month to hear music, interviews, listener feedback and news about the music swing dancers love.
 
Born out of early 20th century America, swing dancing - and the jazz music that inspires it - is an art form that is still loved and practiced worldwide. Join host Ruby Bell and special guests for a deep dive into swing dancing, swing music, and all of the various stuff that intersects with swing dance culture both historically and today.
 
En riktigt bra swingout är snärtig, stolt, sexig, sirlig, seg, skojig och svängig samtidigt – lite som vår podcast, kan man säga. Att lyckas med den perfekta swingouten är som att uppnå Nirvana. Varje lindyhoppares mål. En morot. En hägring. Under tiden vi jagar efter den passar vi på att ha kul. Och ibland ses vi runt ett bord och pratar om vägen.
 
Pushing Leaves Towards the Sun Billy and Lindy wrestle with Oso's untimely motorcycle death—through music. The lyrics for 12 original companion songs are developed within the story. So, this novel rocks—literally. Welcome to my world of musical fiction—a new genre of literature. Cheers, Mark L Berry When Oso gets yanked off his motorcycle and killed by a closed parking lot chain, Billy feels guilty for having taught him to hop curbs and shortcut traffic lights. Billy’s survivor’s guilt drags ...
 
danceScape Audio & Video Podcasts, Apps and Games focusing on Dance ... from Ballroom Dancing, Salsa, Tango, Hip Hop, Break Dancing, to Ballet, Flamenco, Lindy Hop, Zumba & More. Online Dance Shop for Dance Apps, Games, Supplies and Services. Interviews with dancers from "Dancing with the Stars" and feature interviews from So You Think You Can Dance. Shall We Dance?
 
Jitterbug Jukebox is a podcast hosted by Duke Skellington and Professor Watson focusing on the subculture of the swing era music from the 1920s to 1940s and also its current state of electro swing which is being produced in the UK and around the world. We focus not only on the music but also on the culture; fashion, interviewing current artists as well as learning more about historical musicians and their place in time. Marshall Watson AKA Professor Watson: Marshall Watson is a professional ...
 
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Check out the full show notes for this episode on the Swing Stuff blog here. Listen to the Women in Jazz Starter Pack playlist on Spotify. Any feedback for the show? Get in touch at hello@swingstuff.com Support the podcast on Patreon! If you like the show, please leave us a review and rate us on Apple Podcasts! It helps others find the show, and gi…
 
In this episode, I am joined by trumpeter and bandleader Gordon Au. Gordon leads the Grand St. Stompers, a traditional jazz band who the New York Times has called “a pillar of New York’s hot jazz scene,” and regularly plays with numerous groups in New York City. He is a frequent guest artist at music festivals around the country, including the Redw…
 
This month's episode is a little different than our usual extended interviews. In a case of perfectly serendipitous timing, this milestone 50th episode coincides with what would have been Frankie Manning's 106th birthday, now widely recognized as World Lindy Hop Day. So, to celebrate both the Ambassador of Lindy Hop and this milestone episode, we'v…
 
This month, Michaela Delmonte joins us for a chat about swing dance events. Michaela has been a part of the events team behind London Swing Festival and London Throwdown, and kindly offered to share her experience on what it's like to be behind the scenes of running an event. Any feedback for the show? Get in touch at hello@swingstuff.com Support t…
 
In this episode, I am joined by dancer and instructor, Evita Arce. Evita began her dance career as the youngest performer in Roy Lozano's Ballet Folklórico de Texas in Austin, TX and discovered Lindy Hop in college. She has since become a renowned dancer & instructor - she performed the lead role in Broadway's "SWING!" on its 2008 Japan tour, on te…
 
Last year, Nancy Hitzig and Cat Foley launched a project called Swing Sister Swing - an original swing dance and swing music show celebrating female choreographers, musicians and jazz dance. In today's episode, Nancy shares her experience of taking an idea and a story to the stage, along with the logistical and creative decision-making involved in …
 
In this episode, I am joined by dancer and choreographer, Caleb Teicher. Caleb began his dance career as a founding member of Michelle Dorrance's critically acclaimed tap dance company, Dorrance Dance, and is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including two Bessie Awards. Caleb discovered Lindy Hop through a chance encounter with swing dance…
 
This is a bit of a different episode. Yesterday I spoke to Josh Gomez about how COVID-19 and the suspension of all dance activity is affecting not only our community of social dancers, but the teachers, artists, and musicians that rely on this industry for their income. Josh Gomez is a dancer and creative producer originally from Southern Californi…
 
Korantema Anyimadu is a London-based jazz dancer and independent curator working in heritage and the arts. In 2019, she won a Making History award from the Mayor of London for her exhibition, Plaits, Princesses, and Pink Moisturiser - an exploration of Black Hair Stories. Korantema is deeply passionate about cultural heritage, and in today’s episod…
 
In this episode, I am joined by swing dancer and musicologist, Dr. Christi Jay Wells. Christi Jay started dancing in 2003 and earned a PhD in musicology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014. They conduct research on a range of jazz music and dance history topics, regularly present their work at national & international confe…
 
Sarah Spoon has been DJing for dancers for several years and has DJ’d in the UK, the US, Canada, Mexico, France, Denmark, Sweden, and Germany. We talked about how to get started DJing, what it means to be professional, and whats involved when it comes to DJing for dancers. Towards the end of the podcast we talked about Sarah’s experience of coming …
 
In this episode, I am joined by instructor, performer, and choreographer, Marie N'diaye. Marie has been dancing almost as long as she has been walking, but she fell in love with Lindy Hop and Vernacular Jazz in 2007. Since that time, Marie has taught in her home scenes of Montréal & Stockholm and at workshops & camps around the globe. She has won c…
 
In this episode, I am joined by instructor, performer, and choreographer, Felix Berghäll. Like many Swedish dancers, Felix started dancing Bugg in the national competition scene at a young age. He fell in love with Lindy Hop, Jazz, and tap after his first visit to Herräng dance camp in 2009. He has since gone on to teach and perform around the worl…
 
In this episode, I am joined by dancers and instructors Kim Clever and David Frutos. Kim and Dave met at a dance class at a bar in 1994, and by 1996 they were teaching swing dance together at the world famous Brown Derby. As competitors David and Kim have numerous titles together from the National Jitterbug Championships, the International Lindy Ho…
 
Tara and Michael treat their daughter Aroha like a person (because she is one). We discuss the language they prefer to use to discribe Aroha, the first time Michael met Aroha, elimination communication (also known as natural hygiene), and the pressure or lack thereof that Tara and Michael put themselves under as parents.…
 
Tara and Michael treat their daughter Aroha like a person (because she is one). We discuss how they encourage people to seek Aroha's consent before interacting with her, how they respond to Aroha's feelings if she is hurt or upset, the extent to which they allow the needs of a baby to impact their lives, the importance of co-parenting, and some of …
 
In this episode, I am joined by Balboa legend, Marge Takier. Marge began dancing in Southern California in the 1950’s and soon after met her longtime husband and dance partner Hal Takier. Hal and Marge became a dance partnership that was looked up to by generations of dancers to follow, both in person to young dancers in California, and around the …
 
September's show features an 8-Count Swing of new European swinging releases from Zimi's Hot Swing Thing, Swingin’ Cats Club Band, Clara & The Scarlet Swing Band, The Sweet Peppers, Perry Gordon & His Rhythm Club, Timber Men Stompers, The Schwings Band, David Lukacs and The Swing Shouters and a plenty of international audience feedback. (63 minutes…
 
In this episode, I am joined by dancer, instructor, and choreographer Ryan Francois. Following a chance encounter with a poster promoting “‘Thirties dancing with Judo throws” in the early 1980’s, Ryan has since become master of Lindy Hop, jazz, and tap. He is a two-time winner at the US Open and American Swing Dance Championships, has taught and pe…
 
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