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boogie-woogie

a style of piano jazz using a dotted bass pattern, usually with eight notes in a bar and the harmonies of the 12-bar blues
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Other music makers in the Boogie Nights line-up are Ransom, doing disco classics, Speedo, specialising in soul and funk, along with Tom Davey and Alex Gilhespy, providing house sounds.
In addition to his hectic recording schedule, Zwingenberger continues to tour all over the world, effectively attaching his personal mark to what is nowadays regarded as 'classical Boogie Woogie' defining, to a great degree, this particular style.
8220;Boot Scootin' Boogie, LLC is pumped about the upcoming event on October 4, 2014.
Boogie Nights: The 70's Musical, April 1, 2013, Liverpool Empire, atgtickets.
The position of Reizovic and Scottish Boogie at the head of the market reflects the perception that horses beaten at Christmas are the ones to watch for and that they have a good record when they go back to Leopardstown in search of the richer pot, but a look back through the records over the past 20 years tells a slightly different story.
Boogie Wipes will launch the 90-count container this fall.
The 2011 launches include the highly anticipated Boogie Board tablet with memory and PC connectivity.
Swimmers hold on to boogie boards to ride waves, while surfers generally stand on their boards.
Simon McGee fits snugly into the role of Roddy, a Jack-the-lad who specialises in birds, booze and boogie while dreaming of becoming a rock star.
As a former dancer, I've always been fit, but this has toned my upper body in a way I've never had it before in my life," says Boogie Box instructor Paula Hegyi, who teaches the class at Mariann's School of Dance in Bergen County, New Jersey.
PalestIsraeli" duo Boogie Balagan blends Middle Eastern vibes with exhilarating rock'n roll to convey their message of peace and break down cultural, linguistic, and physical barriers in the Middle East.
YOUNG North East stars have caught the disco bug and will be dancing their way to stardom on the Sunderland Empire stage next week in the hit musical Boogie Nights.