Well, not actually, but "Dancing Songs" were playing.
This past June (June 11th), it was a rainy, drizzly day at the Munger-Moss Motel on Route 66 in Lebanon, Missouri. I was catching up on my blogs and for the first time listened to one of Bob Stroud's Ten at Ten radio shows on WDRV, the Drive, in Chicago, via the internet.
Usually the ten at ten shows feature ten songs from a particular year, but every couple weeks Stroud does his show on a theme. Dancing at the MuMo:
DANCING IN THE STREETS-- Van Halen
DANCING IN THE DARK-- Bruce Springsteen
DANCING DAYS-- Led Zeppelin
DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT-- King Harvest
DANCING FOOL-- Frank Zappa
ALL SHE WANTS TO DO IS DANCE-- Don Henley
LET'S DANCE-- David Bowie
FOOTLOOSE-- Kenny Loggins
DANCE WITH ME-- Orleans
I CAN'T DANCE-- Genesis
And, Speaking of Dancing, Stroud Could Have Played "I'm Alright" by Kenny Loggins And We All Could Have Dome the Groundhog Dance. --RoadDog