“Dance is the timeless interpretation of life.” – Shah Asad Rizvi
Last March 04, 2019, RTSF YouTube channel uploaded their annual Killer Boogie dance. As usual, it was exceptional and has garnered so many views.
Everyone has seen the boogie woogie dance but not everyone can actually perform it. In fact, it requires skill, passion, and the love for music and dance to be able to dance the boogie.
The Boogie Dance or what we know as the Boogie-woogie from our parents and grandparents is actually a form of swing dance.
During the 1950s, it was commonly called “rock ‘n’ roll” dance. If you have memories coming back when you were dancing to the boogie, then you certainly had an awesome time!
If you’re a fan of the boogie woogie dance then, you’re surely familiar with the famous RTSF (Rock that Swing Festival). Our viral video is from the RTSF 2019 and is still being shared today.
RTSF (Rock that Swing Festival)
The Rock That Swing Festival is an event that dance enthusiasts look forward every year.
According to their Facebook page,
“It celebrates the diversity of the vintage dances and the Rock’n’Roll and Swing music from the 20s to the 50s. It consists of 5 dance nights with live music, shows, competitions and a comprehensive 5-day dance camp that helps you to develop your own unique style.”
It’s the time to enjoy, the time to share and showcase one’s talent. An event where all great vintage dancers come together to celebrate!
The Killer Boogie
The video starts with 2 handsome men in front, Rasmus Holmqvist and Marcus Koch, both smiling and clapping. Behind them are the other dancers who eagerly waiting for the music to start. When the music starts, their feet went to work immediately.
The precision of their moves, especially with their feet is beyond awesome; they were one with the music.
We couldn’t get enough of their awesome moves! They look like they were defying gravity!
Marcus Koch & Rasmus Holmqvist
We know you’ve noticed the two handsome gentlemen in front and if you’re wondering what their names are, then read through.
The man in the white suit is Marcus Koch. He is already well known in the field of dancing and actually has a video tutorial on how you can do the “Killer Boogie” dance.
Check his awesome video right here.
Rasmus Holmqvist, the guy in blue, received the most praise in the comments on how he’s so energetic and great in his moves.
We totally agree! He’s definitely sophisticated, talented, and fantastic!
Of course, we can’t ignore the upbeat music that is playing. The title of the song, for all those who are asking, is “Killer boogie” by Dutch piano player Jan Rietman who is also known as the “The Killer.”
Are you also a fan of the boogie woogie? If so, maybe this is the time to get up and start practicing your killer moves.
Who knows, you might find yourself joining this year’s Rock That Swing Festival!
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