MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES
It's really good to know that other clubs and classes are doing my dances, and especially when it appears in a club's top 10 dances as printed in various magazines, reviewed on-line, or included in a teaching survey.
This page will mention YOUR name or club as and when I hear about it...
Thank you for your votes, reviews and teaching my dances
- it really means a lot to me.
Wanda Junek July 2016 -I teach Line Dance in Hendersonville, North Carolina in the USA. I saw your video today and really like your dance "Don't Fence Me In".
World teaching survey - oct 2013 - Don?t Fence Me In: Diana Dawson: taught in New Mexico, USA
Diamond n Denim Linedancers, Port Macquarie, New South Wales included DONT FENCE ME IN in their Top Ten Dances - Matilda - Line Dance Mag, Australia - June 2011
Westlakes Linedancers, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales included DONT FENCE ME IN in their Top Ten Dances - Matilda - Line Dance Mag, Australia - June 2011
Lucky Strike Linedancers, Queensland included DONT FENCE ME IN in their Top Ten Dances - Matilda - Line Dance Mag, Australia - June 2011
World Line Dance Newsletter Teaching Survey - March 2011 - I AIN'T FALLIN' FOR THAT was taught in New South Wales and Victoria, Australia(2)
Linda Pink wrote ".....Don't fence me in - Diana Dawson - A good improver dance to get them to do a little bit more and flows quite nicely and can also sing along to as well...! - ILCW e-mail group 2 Feb 2011
Linda Pink LV Line Dancers, Victoria, Australia - taught DON'T FENCE ME IN in her classes January 2011
- ILCW email group 2 Feb 11
Anita (Rustydancer) Florida USA wrote: I INTRODUCED DIANA'S DANCE DON'T FENCE ME IN TODAY. MUSIC IS NOSTALGIC--CLASS DECIDED THAT WHEN THEY CAN SING ALONG THEY WILL HAVE REALLY LEARNED ALL 64 STEPS VIDEO OF DIANA DOING IT IS HELPFUL - ILCW e-mail group 5 Jan 2011
E Vaughan Risca, UK, taught DON'T FENCE ME IN - December 2010 - Linedancer on-line teaching survey
Marilyn Clapham Baildon, Shipley, taught DON'T FENCE ME IN in November 2010 - Linedancer on-line teaching survey
back to top