At Cheatham Street Warehouse
Line Dancing Lessons... at the Historic Cheatham Street Warehouse
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When: Tuesdays (3): Dec. 5, 12, 19
Where: Cheatham Street Warehouse (119 Cheatham St.)
Fee: $5.00 per session
LLL-smtx and the Cheatham Street Warehouse have partnered up and invite you to come on down to Cheatham Street and give Line Dancing a try. We will gently learn the repeating sequence of steps of several dances and have a good ol’ time doing so!
History of the Cheatham Street Warehouse
From the time Kent Finlay and his business partner, Jim Cunningham, leased a creaky old warehouse along the railroad tracks in San Marcos and opened Cheatham Street Warehouse in June 1974, the honky-tonk seemed destined for greatness in Texas music history. Stevie Ray Vaughn had a weekly show “in the day” and George Strait got his start there. Marsha Ball, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt, and Terri Hendrix, to name just a few, have also played at Cheatham.
About Your Instructor: Billy Grimsley
Billy is a licensed member of BMI/ASCAP (Broadcast Music Inc./American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers), a membership association of over 400,000 composers, songwriters, music publishers, and lyricists from the United States. This license allows Billy to play musical works in venues such as Cheatham Street. He is a joyous, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic instructor... you’ll love being in his “country world.”