Songs for the Jan. 21-22 Irish dancing competitions – VIDEOS


by PATRICIA MCNAMARA, Feis America Magazine contributor

Heading to Calgary this weekend for the Blakey Feis or Georgia for the King O’Sullivan Winter Feis? How about Wisconsin for the Wisconsin Winterfeis?

No matter your competitive destination this weekend, we want to share four tunes you should add to your own playlist before lacing up and taking the stage. Best of luck to all competitors. And be sure to come back here and share your results!

“I Like The Way You Move” – Outkast
And the adjudicators will, too.


“Groove Is In The Heart” – Deee-Lite
This will definitely wake you up…and remind you to put your heart into every dance.


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“Start The Commotion” – The Wiseguys
Listen to this, then start a commotion on stage with your fast footwork and leaps.


“Keep Your Head Up” – Andy Grammer
This will help you calm your nerves. Because no matter the results, you’ll turn out fine…as long as you keep your head up.

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