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jive

a style of lively and jerky dance performed to jazz and, later, to rock and roll, popular esp in the 1940s and 1950s
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Pittsburgh's Cultural District will be jumpin' and jivin' with family entertainment December 27 - 30, as The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust presents the Y Not?
There's one that's in front of the camera that does his jerkin' and jivin','' Knight said, ``and then there's the Deion that's all business when he's on the field.
KRVM DJ Jivin' Johnny Etheredge will emcee, a news release says.
This collection of jumpin' and jivin' holiday favorites performed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra includes "The Twelve Days of Christmas," "Jingle Bells," "Nutcracker Medley" and "The Christmas Song," among others.
Jivin' Johnny and David Butler, host of KRVM's Swing Street, will present a "Storm for the Troops" fundraiser from 6 p.
Chuck Beck/Lucent Technologies: Jivin' with Java 5:30PM
Now when a man starts jivin' I'm tighter than a pair of shoes, (2x) I'm a mean tight mama, with my mean tight mama blues.
And on Friday, a silent auction, open house and entertainment provided by Jivin' Johnny & David Butler of KRVM radio are scheduled.
Diz might be jivin', and he might just pop up somewhere.
The series will air during two-hour programs hosted by Jivin' Johnny Etheredge: 9 a.
Kashin answers a call in the broadcast booth while fellow DJ Jivin' Johnny Ethredge brings in names of contributors to be thanked on the air.