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Pat Cannon: Foot & Fiddle Dance Company

Pat Cannon's Foot & Fiddle Dance Company is a versatile ensemble of dancers and musicians who present American dance and music in creative new ways. Foot & Fiddle offers audiences a slice of Americana in a dazzling blend of dance and musical styles which include clogging, square dancing, tap, Irish step dancing, country music, bluegrass, swing, Cajun and rock & roll. Foot & Fiddle can include the audience in the fun by inviting them to join in a square dance, teaching them the latest country line dance, Cajun two step, or a swinging lindy-hop. Dance instruction is given with a minumum of confusion and a maximum of fun!

Critics Are Saying

Foot&Fiddle group

“The word has deservedly gone around about Pat Cannon and Company. A fun-filled but serious amalgam of Appalachian clog dancing, country music and square dance. Ms. Cannon has taken elements of American show dance and folk dance and distilled them into something fresh and compact.”
- The New York Times

“Lively changes and spirit…a cheerful relaxed eclecticism that welcomes blendings and bendings of traditional forms.”
-The Washington Post

“Pat Cannon fills her menu with everything that comes from America’s heart.”
-Le Progres, Lyon, France

“…kept the pace hot with zest and style.”
-The Boston Globe

“Pat Cannon offers a creative mix of American folk forms and Broadway pizzazz…an evening with her Keep the Country Dancing guarantees a good time for dancers and audience alike.”
-The New York Times

“…fine example of down home Americana.”
- The Deputy Representative of the United States of America to the United Nations.