SLOW SONGS for the Tush Push Line Dance
Welcome to my list of Slow Songs for the Tush Push line dance. Hopefully, you, my dear readers, will help me make this list grow by sharing your suggestions.
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If “slow” isn’t your cup of tea and you want some faster Tush Push Songs, check out What is the Best FAST SONG to use for the Tush Push Line Dance?
My Favorite SLOW Song
for the Tush Push Line Dance
Yes, I know, everyone has their own “best” Tush Push song, but here is my personal favorite “Tush Push Slow Song.”
I learned how to Tush Push to this song. It was the first song I ever did the Tush Push to, and it is still my favorite. Especially when there are some yummy cowboys out there on the floor…. oh my! Uhmmm, where was I? I seem to have lost my train of thought… 😉
Song: Earthquake / by Ronnie Milsap (125 BPM)
from the Album: Heart and Soul
All the songs mentioned in this post,
Arranged by BPM
Here are the songs.
Each song is also a “link” which will take you to Amazon where you can preview a snippet of the song for free.
And if you like the song a lot, you can, if you wish, buy the song and download it for your music collection.
And full disclosure, if you do buy a song from Amazon by using one of these links I get between 4-7 cents. Wow! Oh my! Whatever will I do with my new found wealth!?! LOL
I only get the referral IF you actually buy the song from Amazon, not when you preview it! So have fun and preview as many as you like. You will not be charged to preview.
Each link, (unless you have your browser set to over ride my coding) will open up into a new tab or window. This list will remain here and you can return to it any time to “preview” the next song.
Or buy? Please buy…I is a poor boy!
Plleeeeaaaazzzzz [insert pitiful look] 🙂
by Aaron Tippin (116 BPM)
120 – 129 BPM
I Feel Lucky
by Mary Chapin Carpenter (120 BPM)
Achy Breaky Heart
by Billy Ray Cyrus (121 BPM)
She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy
by Kenny Chesney (122 BPM)
by Ronnie Milsap (125 BPM)
Fast As You
by Dwight Yoakam (126 BPM)
Just A Gigolo / I Ain’t Got Nobody
by David Lee Roth (126 BPM)
Hurts So Good
by John Mellencamp (126 BPM)
by Natalie Cole (126 BPM)
by Shania Twain (126 BPM)
Freeway of Love
by Aretha Franklin (127 BPM)
Long White Cadillac
by Dwight Yoakam (127 BPM)
How Do I Live (Dance Radio Edit)
by Leann Rimes [Mr. Mig Remix] (128 BPM)
Down on the Farm
by Tim McGraw (129 BPM)
I’m From The Country
by Tracy Byrd (129 BPM)
130 – 139 BPM
I Wanna Get To Ya
by Billy Gilman (131 BPM)
Baby, I’m Burnin’
by Dolly Parton (134 BPM)
No One Needs To Know
by Shania Twain (135 BPM)
Rodeo Rock / by Jimmy Collins [album: CD single titled “Rodeo Rock”] (135 BPM)
NOTE: The preview is actually the music video for the song. The song is not available as a digital download as of 9-20-2015.
It is only available as a CD Single or on Vinyl on Amazon.
Life’s a Dance
by John Michael Montgomery (135 BPM)
Tu Es Foutu
by In-Grid (135 BPM)
by Billy Idol (136 BPM)
Never Loved Before
by Alan Jackson with Martina McBride (138 BPM)
Videos of the Tush Push from Around the World — Danced to Slow Songs
Note: BPM = “Beats per Minute”
The song in this video is:
I’m From The Country / Tracy Byrd (129 BPM)
The song in this video is:
Achy Breaky Heart / Billy Ray Cyrus (121 BPM)
The song in this video is:
Earthquake / by Ronnie Milsap (125 BPM)
Do you know how to Tush Push?
Getcher mind out of the gutter!
We’re talking about whether you know the line dance! Any other kind of Tush Pushin’ you can just keep to yourself, thank ye kindly.
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I teach line dancing and your list helps me a lot. I will use these songs for my new fave
Biker Shuffle- actually an African American dance, but I like the Tush Push songs.
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