The “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” dance is a type of line dancing and the dance is typically performed on the song conveniently also called “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”. The choreographer for the dance The Boot Scootin’ Boogie was Bill Bader. The Boot Scootin’ Boogie was created in October 1990 for the album “Keepin’ Me Up Nights” by the country music group Asleep at the Wheel. This particular choreography was made for the slower Brooks and Dunn cover, however the group Asleep at the Wheel’s song was more suitable due to its fast paced and more upbeat version. Also, the dance, “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”,was performed in the movie “Kevin of the North.” Along with the other dancers who performed in the movie “Kevin of the North” the choreographer, Bill Bader, had also danced in the film. The music group Asleep at the Wheel has played a major role in keeping the country and western music alive. While producing their music, they have not only used classical music, but the group has also been able to update the music. Basically, Asleep at the Wheels has been able to keep up with the style changes in music and they maintained their love for classical-style western music. Bill Bader, the choreographer for Boot Scootin’ Boogie, started line dancing in the early 1970s to disco line dances. He was born in Pennsylvania, however he loved in Vancouver, B.C. on the Pacific Coast of Canada since 1976. Bill Bader had a degree in geography from the University of Michigan. Along with being a choreographer, Bill Bader taught geography in many universities around the United States of America. Currently Bill Bader has been teaching line dancing for more than thirty years. Organizations of championships have even called to judge at many of their events. At the moment, he has stopped going to such line dancing events. Instead he rather go to private parties or conventions. Because of his popular choreographies, he was able to earn the title of one of the best known line dance choreographers. He has also been nominated twice for the International Choreographer of the Year and for the International Instructor of the Year. Line dancing is a type of country-western dance with a routine that reoccurs over and over again till the end of the song. During line dancing, every single person is dancing together on the same exact beats with the same exact choreography. Though line dancing is known as country-western music and dance, it also has a slight resemblance to folk dancing. Line dancing has changed overtime to accommodate the many popular music styles such as rock, jazz, pop, disco, and many more. Many of the early choreographies for the earlier line dances were variances in disco line dancing. For example, “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” is an example of one of the earlier choreographies for line dancing that were adaptations to disco line dancing. Several people began to incorporate ballroom rhythms and techniques to take line dancing to a whole new level. Line dancing is learned and practiced in country-western dance bars, social clubs, dance clubs, and in ballrooms worldwide. Line dancing is often combined with other styles of dances on programs and television shows.