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The songs you must play before dancing this weekend - VIDEOS

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The songs you must play before dancing this weekend - VIDEOS
We're dreaming up a winning weekend with Midi Matilda
Heading to Massachusetts this weekend for the Cape Cod Feis or New York for the Sheahan-Gormley Orance County Feis? How about California for the St. Ambrose Spring Feis or Ohio for the Queen City Feis? North Carolina for the Holy Angels Feis? Ontario for the Mae and Paddy Butler Memorial Feis? Or maybe you’re off to Kentucky for the Bluegrass Feis.

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 dancers and be sure to come back and share your results with us!  

“Day Dreams” – Midi Matilda
Listen to this while dreaming about winning first place.  

“Andy Grammer” – Keep Your Head Up
If you can keep your head up no matter what, you’re a champ.  

“Army of Two” – Olly Murs
A song that will give you that inner fight you need.  

“Running” – Jessie Ware
You’ll be running to the stage after listening to this.

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