'The Twist' reached number one in 1960 and stayed on the charts for fifteen weeks.
Then reached number one AGAIN in 1961 and stayed on the charts for an additional eighteen weeks.
By the way, it was originally written and recorded by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters.
Chubby was famous for The Twist
The hornpipe was a dance popular aboard ships during the 16th to 18th centuries.
Save the Last Dance for Me - TV series - ended on 2005-01-02.
they are kids who just sing songs that are really popular, then do a dance, put it on a disk and sell it. i think it's legal.
Trival music is a Dance type of music popular in Mexico and on the Latino community in which you do not need a parter to dance, dancing around the dance floor. With unique movement (made up) with the rythm of Mexican cumbia but with repeated 3 second sounds. It has become really popular around the young Latino community in some states of the united states of America. It is suppost to be a new genre of music but it only has developed popularity in teenagers between 14 and 18.
Dance pop, new wave, and hard rock music was played in 1983. Disco was no longer popular at this time.
CHUBBY CHECKER WAS A SINGER, HE WAS POPULAR IN THE FIFTIES MOST POPULAR FOR THE TWIST WHICH WAS A DANCE
the twisty twist
Because he invented a dance that even white people can do.
Chubby Checker: He is/was an American Rock and Roll singer-songwriter best known for popularizing the dance The Twist with his 1960 song "The Twist". Ernest Evans was born on October 3, 1941. His boss at a produce market nicknamed him Chubby. Dick Clark's wife came up with Checker. From then on he used the name Chubby Checker.
The dance called the Twist became widely popular in the 1960s. It was inspired by rock and roll music, and especially the song named "The Twist". This was a song sung by the artist Chubby Checker, but it was not written by him as it was actually a cover of a previous song by Hank Ballard.
Dee Dee Sharp's dance, Mashed Potato and song, "Mashed Potato Time", was popular in 1962 and patterned after Chubby Checker's the Twist. Both men were from the Philadelphia area but were actively touring at the time. A variation of the Mashed Potato was the Monster Mash.
The Twist is the dance that swept not only the United States, but the world in 1961. It was inspired by Chubby Checker's song, The Twist." Though none became as popular as The Twist, it inspired dances such as the Jerk, the Pony, the Watusi, the Mashed Potato, the Monkey and the Funky Chicken.
The software called Dance ejay was created by Microsoft around 1997. It is still a popular program and supports eight tracks of audio. Techno and hip hop are popular with Dance ejay.