We all know the twist the funky chicken and the electric slide – most of us have probably done at least one of them at a wedding Here are some dances that may be unfamiliar to you (although Laura and Dave danced all of them at their wedding)
(as introduced by Alvin Cash and the Crawlers)
“Bumpity bump bump…” Sounds pretty good to us.
(as introduced by Ichabod and the Cranes)
This seems like it would be the perfect hipster dance because all you do is stand there. If only you could also talk about the time you saw the band before they were cool.
(as introduced by Bert)
Sesame Street Fever is not the first time Bert did the pigeon. Its just the funkiest.
(as introduced by Maureen Gray)
Must have been a slow dance.
THE HUMPTY DUMPTY
(as introduced by Bobby Pickett)
This is the B side of a single that came out a year after the million-seller “Monster Mash” (credited to Bobby “Boris” Pickett and the Crypt Kickers). Like everything Pickett recorded after his smash hit debut – even the 2005 protest song “Climate Mash” – it never escaped the shadow of the perennial Halloween classic. Still, we love to do the Humpty Dumpty. Let’s all do the Humpty Dumpty!
Thisdance crazeisfreshly imported from the south seas and features cheerful, Hugh Downs-ish instructions. We hope you and your friends have fun doing the Bamboo Hop!