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Brady Seals at the World Line Dance Championships

bseals_btdtWHAT: A country line dance lesson from famed choreographer John Robinson to Brady Seals’ song, “Askin’ Questions” plus a chance to meet country music artist Brady Seals (of Little Texas and Hot Apple Pie fame).

DATE: Friday, January 8

TIME: 4:00 – 4:30 pm

LOCATION: Opryland Hotel’s Delta Lobby

EVENT: Part of the Country Dance World Championship Convention (Jan. 4–10)
**Please note: This dance lesson is free for convention pass members only but Meet & Greets will be open to the general public

WEBSITES: Brady Seals
Country Dance World Championship
John Robinson

AVAILS: Brady Seals & John Robinson

DETAILS: Brady Seals released two songs to the dance and club community in 2009. John Robinson choreographed a dance to “Askin’ Questions” and Mary Beal wrote one for “Ho Down.” Both songs can be found on Seals’ current album, Play Time.

CONTACT: Amy Willis, Wortman Works, C: 615.319.9756

About Brady Seals:
Seals has successfully reinvented himself throughout his career, while always remaining true to his musical roots in rock-tinged country. By 21, Seals had scored three #1 hits with Little Texas—all of which he’d co-written, winning him the ASCAP Triple Play award. He went on to release three solo albums in the late 90’s before forming and fronting the quartet of player’s players known as Hot Apple Pie, with whom he scored a top 20 hit (“Hillbillies”). Seals returns with an infectious solo album, Play Time (August 18) showcasing his whimsical debut single, “Ho Down” and soon-to-be released single, “Been There, Drunk That.” Seals embarks on “The Play Time 2010 Tour” with Kate & Kacey beginning in February.

About United Country Western Dance Council:
This 18th annual event features the top couples, pro-am, teams & line dance competitors from all over the world competing for over $75,000 in prizes. The UCWDC (United Country Western Dance Council) produces this annual world class event which is the largest and the most fun of its kind! It’s more than a competition… it’s a festival! In addition to watching the competitors, you can attend workshops, shop at a wide variety vendor booths, make some new friends, and dance, dance, dance! The Country Dance World Championships is a week long dance vacation.

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