East Coast Swing

Learn to dance The East Coast Swing
is a group of dances that developed concurrently with the swing style ofjazz music in the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s, although the earliest of these dance forms predate swing jazz music.
East Coast Swing is a simpler 6-count variation of Lindy Hop that evolved with swing band music of the 1940s and the work of the Arthur Murray dance studios in the 1940s. It is also known as 6-count Swing, Triple-Step Swing, or Single-Time Swing. East Coast Swing has very simple structure and footwork along with basic moves and styling. It is popular for its simple nature and is often danced to slow, medium, or fast tempo jazz, blues, or rock and roll. Occasionally, Rockabilly, aka Rock-a-Billy, is mistaken for East Coast Swing, but Rockabilly is more closely related to Western Swing.  Learn East Coast Swing at Save The First Dance in Jensen Beach Florida. Serving Port St Lucie, Jensen Beach, Stuart and all of the Treasure Coast.