It was so exciting to see the Rhinestone Cowgirls featured in the line dance scene of Season 1, Episode 10 of "The Guest Book", a TV series released in the fall of 2017. The show's premise is different guests visiting the same remote cabin in a small mountain town. Look for the Rhinestone Cowgirls near the end of the episode!
The Rhinestone Cowgirls wanna take a moment to congratulate one of their own - Tammy Laframboise - for her country line dance moves on Country Heat, the country dance fitness program by Beachbody! This workout is set to chart-topping country music and the moves are so easy! Super Trainer Autumn Calabrese makes it easy to start getting fit with simple moves that will have you right in step from day one.
BIG CONGRATS to Tammy! The Rhinestone Cowgirls are proud to dance next to you!
"Barn Dance" Musician Credits
Written by Ian Newbill, Chuck Sparks, and Jake Parr
Drums and Programming: Chuck Sparks
Bass: Tommy McGullam
Rhythm, Lead, and Acoustic Guitars: Ian Newbill
Fiddle: Lacy Rostyak
Slide Guitar and Banjo: Matt Hornbeck
Lead Vocals and Background Vocals: Jake Parr
Background Vocals: Ian Newbill
Mixer, Producer, Engineer, Mastering: Chuck Sparks
Cowbell: Jake Parr
Yesterday the Rhinestone Cowgirls gathered at a rustic barn set in the hills of Camarillo for the video shoot of the single "Barn Dance" by Jake Parr. It was a day of music, line dancing and FUN, directed by the amazing Peter Svenson. We're so excited and honored to have participated in this video and can't wait for its release!!
Just got finished dancing it up with the awesome Kappa Alpha Theta at Tinhorn Flats Hollywood! This was SUCH a fun mother/daughter party! And we gotta say...these ladies really knew how to dance!! The event was emcee'd by none other than DJ Jake, with Tina Michelle instructing and Dustin and Tessa keeping the dance floor hot!
Well, the house was packed and the Rhinestone Cowgirls were excited to hit the dance floor at Borderline for the debut of New Wild West, Los Angeles-based all-star mega country band fronted by Kenny Allen and Tina Michelle! Also debuting was the line dance for the band's first single "Midnight", which was choreographed by the beautiful and talented Kristal Lynn! Stay tuned for the music video!
Today the Rhinestone Cowgirls put their dancing skills to work on the set of "The Guest Book", a TV series set to air in the fall of 2017. The show's premise is different guests visiting the same remote cabin in a small mountain town. We can't wait for the first episode! And check us out on Episode 10!
Come join us at Hollywood's newest country night! We'll be at Tinhorn Flats every Wednesday night from 9pm until midnight! Line dance instruction by Tina Michelle with DJ Jake spinnin' the top country and dance hits! No cover! We're on the downstairs level so there's lots of room for dancing!!
There's a fully stocked bar wtih drink specials all night and a great food menu, including FRIED PICKLES!!!
Parking is behind Tinhorn in the parking structure and Tinhorn will validate your parking.
We are excited to announced that the official line dance instructional video for Lindsey Bryant's country song "Get Down & Giddy Up" is now live! We had a blast working with Director Victor Mathieu, and there is sure to be more instructional videos to come! Check it out!
The Happy Ending, the weekly spot that Tina Michelle teaches country line dancing on Wednesday nights, is hosting an open casting for an all-female ensemble project.
Shanna Moakler, former Miss USA and Executive Producer, and her partner Mira Montepio, Executive Producer, are looking for call for 7 to 10 talented female country western line dancers. These ladies must have a love of country music.
For consideration, dancers are making their way to The Happy Ending Wednesday, October 7, 2015.
As always, country night features line dance instruction taught by Tina Michelle, top country hits by DJ JAKE, and drink specials at Hollywood's hottest country night!
The line dance instructional video for "Get Down & Giddy Up" is currently in production! Choreographed to Lindsey Bryant's country hit "Get Down & Giddy Up", the line dance is also called "Get Down & Giddy Up". The video will feature the choreographer Tina Michelle and Rhinestone Cowgirls Tammy and Tori.