All About Arms with Ruby is a complete guide to pathways, flourishes, frames and poses to add polish to your dance. Ruby address the common mistake of using the arms as a disjointed appendage and works with you to build a solid foundation using breath, energetic destination and total muscle engagement. Over 30 arm pathways are broken down and each section is loaded with tips and tricks to integrate beautiful and creative arms into your belly dance.
Ernest Tubb & The Texas Troubadors, Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys, Willie Nelson & The Family Band, George Strait and the Ace In The Hole Band, have all played regular shows at the legendary dance hall, the Broken Spoke in Austin , TX, which is what Jesse Dayton has been doing for years. Leading his band every Thursday night and keeping the dance floor full. Such was the inspiration for Jesse's latest release, "One For The Dance Halls." "One For The Dance Halls" was also inspired by a core group of Austin dancers, who Jesse aptly named the "Solid Chrome Dancers." He had never made a straight ahead top-to-bottom country record that consisted only of shuffles, straight 8's, ballads and waltzes. He says, "I knew if I could come up with some new material that they loved, I'd be on my way to making a legendary country record that might stand the test of time." Having shared the studio with Waylon Jennings, Ray Price, Willie Nelson and Johnny Bush, Jesse needed no more inspiration than the incredible tunes these dance hall giants had brought before him.