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Boot Scootin' Boogie
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Boot Scootin' Boogie
In this lesson, Jason Nix teaches you Brooks and Dunn's hit from 1991, "Boot Scootin' Boogie." He'll show you how to play this bar favorite with the necessary twang.

The 1990 song was written specifically as a tribute to the Texas style of dance, line dancing. The song's popularity renewed interest in line dancing and hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Country charts.

Jason plays a Gibson Acoustic J-200 EC in this lesson.

Jason Nix
    Jason Nix grew up in a musical family in Brookhaven, MS. As a guitarist, he's become an accomplished songwriter and producer. In 2003, Jason began hooking up with various bands to play in churches and small venues around town. Having realized his love for writing, singing, and performing, Nix decided to follow in his dad's footsteps and pursue music seriously. Jason's ambition moved him from Mississippi back to his birthplace, Nashville,Tennessee.

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© 1991 Sony/ATV Songs LLC

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