Monday Night Fever - Minneapolis square dance

Title

Monday Night Fever - Minneapolis square dance

Subject

Southern / Appalachian / Four-couple squares

Description

This is an excerpt from "Monday Night Fever," a Minneapolis community television program produced in 1986 by Bruce Davis, who provides the narration. The film is an introduction to the Monday night square dance that began in the Twin Cities in 1979 and has been running--with a few interruptions and changes of venue--ever since. In this segment, Gail Heil calls "Dip and Dive." Musicians are Dick Rees, guitar; John Plomundon and Lee Guthrie, fiddle; John Angus Foster, bass; and Frank McEwen, banjo.

Dancers in the demonstration set:
John Stark
Stephanie Sautter
Walt Johnson
Patricia Moellers
Frank McEwen
Denice Davis
Pop Wagner
Renee Bergeron

Creator

Bruce Davis

Date Created

February 25, 1986

Contributor

Bob Bovee

Spatial Coverage

USA, Minnesota, Minneapolis

Temporal Coverage

1980s

Item Relations

This Item is related to Item: Monday Night Square Dance History (Minneapolis)