Why was the Electric Slide created?

Back in 1976, Neville “Bunny Wailer” Livingston wrote a catchy song called “Electric Boogie” for his childhood buddy, singer Marcia Griffiths. Then choreographer Silver created the electric slide, a 22-step dance to the song that incorporated grapevines and a series of forward and backward steps.

Why is the Electric Slide called the Electric Slide?

Yes, a ladies favorite toy. We had no idea! Sources say Livingston aka Bunny Wailer, was inspired to write the song after a girlfriend told him she didn’t need him she had her vibrator called the “Electric Slide”.

What is the song Electric about?

It talks about the joy that comes after achieving life goals with the friends help. It was written by Perry, Jon Bellion, Lucas Marx, Oliver Peterhof, Rachel Kanner, Bruce Wiegner, Jordan Johnson and Stefan Johnson.

Who wrote Electric Boogie?

Back in 1976, Neville “Bunny Wailer” Livingston wrote a catchy song called “Electric Boogie” for his childhood buddy, singer Marcia Griffiths. Then choreographer Silver created the electric slide, a 22-step dance to the song that incorporated grapevines and a series of forward and backward steps.

When did the Electric Slide song first come out?

“Electric Boogie” (also known as the “Electric Slide”) is a dance song written and originally recorded in 1976 with Bunny Wailer.

When did the candy dance start?

The Genoa “Candy Dance” originated in 1919 as an effort to raise money to purchase street lights for the small, but enterprising community of Genoa, Nevada’s first settlement.


Videos

Electric Slide – YouTube

Electric Slide Line Dance – YouTube

Marcia Griffiths ‎– Electric Boogie (The Electric Slide) – YouTube


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