You may not know what exactly clogging means, and we have to admit that we were not sure either!
If you have ever seen a clogging performance, then you already know just how amazing one can be.
For those who are unsure of what we are talking about, let us give you a quick history lesson.
Clogging began back in the early 1700s and is a form of dance that uses a certain type of footwear.
The dancer then taps their toe, heel, or both to the floor or against each other, creating a captivating beat as they dance. While it may sound a lot like tap dancing, it really isn’t.
Clogging is generally performed in a group setting, while tap dancers often perform solo.
One particular clogging group has certainly caught our eye and taken our breath away. The group we are speaking of is known as “Tap This!” and are based in Lincoln, Nebraska.
This spectacular group is comprised of 14 very talented men and women who really stand out when they are on the stage. The way they can move has us all mesmerized.
Every member of the group has been a clogger for at least five years. They have been traveling all over the United States to perform in front of captivated audiences.
They also have a Facebook page that tells fans where and when they will be performing next, in case you would like to check it out for yourself.
Recently, a performance went viral, probably due to how amazing it is. Tap This! clogged to the hit song by Andy Grammar called “Honey I’m Good.”
It even won them the national championship title in 2016. When you watch the video for yourself you will see why- their energy and creativity are spectacular to watch.
Check out the video for yourself below and see what has the internet talking:
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