West Coast Swing

West Coast Swing is a member of the swing family of dances that developed in California in the 1930's. It is characterized by the slow or down and dirty feel combined with and in the slot style and elastic connection. This is one of the slower swing dances, danced to 4/4 music in the 28 to 32 measure per minute range.

West Coast Swing has also been called Western Swing, The New Yorker and California Swing.


Tempo Information

The West Coast Swing is generally danced to music in a 4/4 Meter between 28 and 32 measures per mintue (112 and 128 beats per minute) . Click here to see a list of West Coast Swing songs between 112 and 128 beats per minute.

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music4dance's top 10 songs for dancing West Coast Swing

Like/Play Title - Artist Tags
No Opinion The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion TiK ToK - Ke$ha Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Billie Jean - Michael Jackson Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Bad - Michael Jackson Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Let It Rock - Kevin Rudolf Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Black Velvet (85 BPM) [Terry Brown Remix] - Alannah Myles Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Makes Me Wonder - Maroon 5 Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Crazy - Gnarls Barkley Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Vogue - Madonna Beat Energy Mood
No Opinion Right Round - Flo Rida Beat Energy Mood

Browse all 1672 West Coast Swing songs in the music4dance catalog.


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