All you need are feet!
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Push the right heel forward and then place the right heel next to your left foot. Do the same on the left. Step your right foot forward and then place your left foot next to your right foot. Step your right foot forward and now step your left foot forward. Then follow your right foot next to your left side. Go forward with the left. This is the first part of the landline dance.
Now with your right foot, step to the right. Stamp your left foot next to the right. Step your right foot to the right. Go back to the left. Step into place with your right. Now rock. Do it now on the other side. Stomp with left to left and step right foot next to left. Step left to left. Go back with the right. Steps left in place and rock. This concludes the second part of the dance.
Right, Left, Repeat …
Now step your right foot forward and turn halfway to the left with your left foot. Step your right foot forward. Step with left foot forward. Repeat this sequence one more time. Now stamp your right foot next to the left and then the left next to your right. You’re line dancing.
Echo with your left side
Cross your right foot in front of your left foot. Follow it by walking back with your left foot. Turn a quarter of the way with your right foot. Now go left next to your right foot. Stamp with your right foot next to your left side. Stop and pat. Echo with your left foot. Stomp with your left foot next to your right foot. Stop and pat. Start now again. The line dance is a fun dance that can be enjoyed by the whole family. During the years that the popularity of country music grew, so did the country’s line of popularity. The basic steps are easy to learn. Once you have mastered these, you can add variations and move on to different types of line dances.