1993 FCD Performance Team Videos

*Boogie Grass Band*

Here’s a clip courtesy of FCD Founding Member, Steve Browning, shot at the 1993 IAGSDC Convention in Seattle, Washington, of the Foggy City Dancers’ Performance Team choreographed by Steve Browning to “Boogie Grass Band” by Alabama to Caller Andy Shore:

 

*Trouble*

Here’s another clip courtesy of FCD Founding Member, Steve Browning, shot at the 1993 IAGSDC Convention in Seattle, 10th Anniversary, Washington, of the Foggy City Dancers’ Performance Team choreographed by Steve Browning to “Trouble” to Caller Andy Shore:

 

Accolades

Here’s a clip thanking the Team Captains of FCD at the 1993 IAGSDC Convention in Seattle, Washington:

1992 FCD Performance Team Videos

*Well Travelled Love*

Here’s a clip courtesy of FCD Founding Member, Steve Browning, shot at the 1992 IAGSDC Convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico, of the Foggy City Dancers Performance Team performing a Dual Square choreographed by Steve Browning to “Well Travelled Love” by Kelly Willis:

 

*Mountain Music*

Here’s another clip courtesy of FCD Founding Member, Steve Browning, shot at the 1992 IAGSDC Convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico, of the Foggy City Dancers’ Performance Team performing a Hex choreographed by Steve Browning with Caller Andy Shore to “Mountain Music” by Alabama:

1986 FCD Performance Team Videos

*Mama Don’t Allow*

Here’s a clip courtesy of FCD Founding Member, Steve Browning, shot at the 1986 IAGSDC Convention in Albuquerque, New Mexico, of the Foggy City Dancers’ Performance Team performing a Hex choreographed by Steve Browning with Callers Bill WhiteField, Keith Bishop, Terry Presley and Marty to “Mama Don’t Allow”:

 

*Hash Music*

Here’s another clip courtesy of FCD Founding Member, Steve Browning, shot at the 1986 IAGSDC Convention in San Francisco, California, of the Foggy City Dancers’ Performance Team choreographed by Steve Browning with Callers Bill Whitefield, Keith Bishop, Terry Presley, Marty and Steve Browning:

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