Musical Interlude: "Your Momma Don't Dance"

Posted by Peter Monticup on 8/18/2020 to Monticup's Music

"Your Mama Don't Dance" is a hit 1972 song by the rock duo Loggins and Messina.
It was their biggest hit.
As for its meaning, Kenny Loggins has said," My stepfather was not much of a mover or groover. But my mom loved music. She loved Elvis Presley and Ricky Nelson. So the line: 'Your mama don't dance and your daddy don't rock & roll', came from me thinking about how my mother wasn't really doing what she loves to do because my stepfather was not into rock and roll."
Well, Nick Andre and I were doing what WE really loved to do when we played this little duet during a break in our show rehearsal back in 2014...


Date 8/25/2020
Mr. G.
Cute and enjoyable!!!

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