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Line Dancing T-shirts, Country Western Swing Dancing T-shirts and Gifts
Although line dancing is associated with country-western music and dance, it has a similarities to folk dancing. Many folk
dances are danced in unison in a single, nonlinear "line", and often with a connection between dancers. The absence of a
physical connection between dancers is, however, a distinguishing feature of country western line dance. Line dances have
accompanied many popular music styles since the early 1970s including pop, swing, rock and roll, disco, Latin, and Jazz.

Over a dozen line dances were created during the 1980s for country songs. The 1980 film Urban Cowboy reflected the
blurring of lines between country music and pop, and spurred renewed interest in country culture, and western fashion,
music, and dance."Boot Scootin' Boogie" was choreographed by Bill Bader in October of 1990 for the original Asleep at
the Wheel recording of the song of the same name. The Brooks and Dunn version of the song has resulted in there being at
least 16 line dances with "Boot Scootin' Boogie" in the title.