Line Dance Songs
Looking for the latest line dance music and a few of the classics? Here you go! Want to learn the steps? Almost all of the line dances below are included in our instructional line dance dvd, that also includes two 30 minute practice/workout sessions.
Line Dance Songs for Line Dance Lessons on DVD Volume 1
“Funky Cowboy” by Ronnie McDowell - often called the Triple Shake – also danced to the song “Ready to Rock” by Aaron Tippin
“Boot Scootin’ Boogie” by Brooks & Dunn - often called the Boot Scoot, also danced to “Who’s Cheatin’ Who” by Alan Jackson. Also noteworthy that it’s often called the Boot Scoot and Boogie and is often listed as such.
“Play Something Country” by Brooks and Dunn - often called Giddy-up also danced to the song “Cowboy Up” by Dry Country (slower tempo)
“Any Man of Mine” by Shania Twain - often called Spin Dixie also danced to the song “What Was I Thinkin” by Dierks Bently
“Fishin in the Dark” by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - often called Slappin’ Leather and also danced to the song “Wrapped Around” by Brad Paisley.
“Baby Likes to Rock It” by The Tractors - often called Boogie Train and also dance to the song “Mercury Blues” by George Strait (slower tempo)
“Ain’t Going Down” by Garth Brooks - often called Tap & Slap also danced to the song “Down in Mississippi” by Sugarland
“Yippi Ti Yi Yo” by Ronnie McDowell - often called the Rockin’ Chair can also be danced to the song “Long Sermon” by Brad Paisley
“Cotton Eye Joe” by Rednex - often called Cotton Eyed
“Hooked on an 8 Second Ride” by Chris LeDoux - often called Bull Ride also danced to “That’s My Story” by Colin Ray
Line Dance Songs for Line Dance Lessons on DVD Volume 2
“Good Time” by Alan Jackson - often called Hitchin’ and also danced to the song “I’m From the Country” by Tracy Byrd
“Tailgate” by Neal McCoy - called Tailgate also danced to “No One Needs to Know” by Shania Twain
“Watermelon Crawl” by Tracy Byrd - called The Crawl also danced to the song “Ladies Love Country Boys” by Trace Adkins (slower tempo)
“God Blessed Texas” by Little Texas - Come on Over – also danced to “Steam” by Ty Herndon (slower tempo)
“My Maria” Brooks and Dunn (country option), often called the Cha Cha Glide – also danced to “I Need to Know” by Mark Anthony (latin option), or “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” by Cake
“I Play Chicken with the Train” by Cowboy Troy-called Playin’ Chicken also danced to “Hicktown” by Jason Aldean
“The Fireman” by George Strait - this line dance is called the Tush Push in most parts of the world – can also be danced to “Hole in my Head” by Dixie Chicks
“Bombshell Stomp” by Bomshe - The Stomp – also danced to “Johnny Cash” by Jason Aldean
“Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” by Trace Adkins - called Honky Tonkin’ also danced to “I’m Outta Here” by Shania Twain
“Old Pop in an Oak” by Rednex - often called Poppin’ (or Hoppin’) also danced to “No News” by Lonestar (slower tempo)
Other Popular Line Dance Songs (Not Country Western)
“The Wobble” by V.I.C
“Electric Slide” by Marcia Griffiths
"Cha Cha Slide" by DJ Casper
"Macarena" by Los del Rio
Many line dances will be danced to different songs depending on where you go dancing. Most line dance songs are also great for dancing West Coast Swing, they share that same rocking beat that is usually not too fast, and not too slow. All great line dance songs have a good strong beat, and make you want to get out on the dance floor. You can do these line dances to a variety of different songs, try out your favorite line dance to a faster line dance song just for fun to see how it goes!