Sunday, May 20, 2012


I love watching cloggers! As a youngin' a tried clogging for about 2 seconds, but I don't guess it was my thing...I must have not been coordinated enough. 

Clogging started in the southern Appalachian and Smokey Mountains, they danced to bluegrass music played by fiddles, banjos and guitars. It has also been called  flat-footing, foot-stomping, buck dancing, clog dancing, jigging, or other local terms. Originally cloggers did not have taps on their shoes, the soles were either wood or hardened leather. 

Here is some good ole Southern Clog Dancin

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