NEON CHA CHA

Choreographer: Bill Larson & Karen Sloman

Song: ‘Neon Moon’ by Brooks & Dunn

Start on main vocals

2 Wall 32 Count Easy Intermediate

 

Sunshine Coast, Qld

Australia

 

bill_larson@hotmail.com

www.hop.to/lonestar

 

Steps

Actual Footwork

Direction

Calling Suggestion

 

 

Section 1

1,2

3,4

5,6

7,8

 

Fwd Rock, Shuffle , Back Rock, Shuffle

Step fwd on L, Rock back on R

Shuffle backward L, R, L

Step back on R, Rock fwd on L

Shuffle forward R, L, R

 

 

On the spot

Back

On the spot

Forward

 

 

Forward Rock

Cha Cha Cha

Back Rock

Cha Cha Cha

 

Section 2

1,2

3,4

5,6

7,8

 

Fwd Rock, Cha Turn, Back Rock Cha Turn

Step fwd on L, Rock back on R

Turning 1/2 L Triple Step L, R, L

Step fwd on R, Rock back on L

Turning 1/2 R Triple Step R, L, R

 

On the spot

 

Forward Rock

Turning Cha Cha

Forward Rock

Turning Cha Cha

 

Section 3

1,2

3,4

5,6

7,8

 

Step Pivot, Shuffle, Step Pivot Cross/Step Touch

Step fwd on L, Pivot 1/2 turn R

Shuffle forward L, R, L

Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/2 turn L

Cross / Step R over L, Point L to left side

 

 

Turning R

Forward

Turning L

Forward

 

 

Step Pivot

Shuffle Forward

Step Pivot

Cross Point

 

Section 4

1,2

3,4

5,6

7,8

 

Cross Point, Cross Point, Jazz 1/2 Turn

Step L over R, Point R toe to R side

Step R over L, Point L toe to L side

Step L over R, Step back on R

Turning 1/2 L, Step fwd on L, Step R beside L

 

 

Forward

 

 

Turning

 

 

Cross Point

Cross Point

Jazz Box Turn

 

 


I have always wanted an easy cha cha to teach to my beginner classes as a way of introducing

them to a cha cha step. So finally, with Karens input, I have come up with a what I hope is a

manageable dance. The cha cha steps will most probably be modified by those who dance it,

to travelling shuffle steps, but that’s ok. We all tend to do that anyway for the comfort and travel of

the dance. While I picked the “Neon Moon” music to dance to, the steps will lend themselves to

any genre of 32 Count music, fast or slow, so have some fun with this and feel free to let me

know how you enjoyed it.