Since its inception in the 1950s, line dancing has only grown in popularity. While it didn't originate with country music, Billy Ray Cyrus, Brooks & Dunn, and other stars of the '90s helped bring the dancing style to mainstream country music.
While many think line dancing is a thing of the past, others will argue that it is experiencing a resurgence in bars and honky tonks across the country. One of the best things about line dancing is that it can be done by novices or seasoned pros, and it can be done drunk or sober. We strongly encourage sober line dancing, but have to admit that nothing is quite as entertaining as someone a little tipsy attempting to bust a move.
Don't believe us? Check out the video below of one woman who had one too many drinks before making her way to the dance floor to show off her line dancing skills.
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