barn dance


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barn dance

1. Brit a progressive round country dance
2. US and Canadian a party with hoedown music and square-dancing
3. a party featuring country dancing
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The first chapter establishes one of McCusker's key ideas: barn dance radio's vaudeville roots and how these influences translated to radio.
The photo was probably taken at the barn dance recorded in Sidbury, Devon.
Mencap barn dance at Huddersfield's Ukrainian Club |
The weekend offers hot authentic music, along with a Cajun barn dance, great food, real ale and wine bar, cakes and sweets and free camping.
Lewis and Louise Hackett of Junction City celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a barbecue and barn dance on June 23.
com Folk to dance WORSALL: The next dance for the Worsall Folk Dance Group will be a barn dance on Saturday, January 14, from 7.
a family barn dance that was held last week at st anne''s Parish Centre, Rock Ferry, was a huge success.
30pm A Barn Dance with live music, Fairtrade stalls and refreshments, a short talk about Fairtrade cotton, and photographic displays of Holywell.
While Girls Aloud's Nicola and Kimberley Walsh put on their best party frocks for the bash at London's Burlington club on Friday, Cheryl wore gingham and high-waisted trousers as if she was off to a barn dance.
Rumours spread about some late-night activity, and the men organise a traditional barn dance to say an emotional goodbye.
After a barn dance turns into a bar brawl and ruins the brothers' attempts at gentle courting, they turn to more direct methods of winning their sweethearts.