Coming first from the Rock ‘n’ Roll world, with her father being the lead singer of the Belgian Blues-Rockabilly Band, The Wild Ones, Morganne spent all her life listening to Gospel, Swing, Blues, Rhythm’n’Blues, Country, Rockabilly and Rock’n’Roll. She grew up as an Old Soul, always attracted to and fascinated by things from the past; specifically, it was her love for African-American Culture that led her Lindy Hop. It was the clip of Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers dancing in the 1941 film Hellzapoppin’ that left her in shock. Then and there, she promised herself that one day she would dance the Lindy Hop. Once she finally began, the adventure never stopped - taking multiple classes, training, attending workshops around Europe, and social dancing at every opportunity, jazz dance has become a part of Morganne’s daily life, and she’s always excited to learn more. But for Morganne, it is more than just a dance - When the music starts, it’s a call from deep down her soul; it’s a whole experience; It’s lettin’ go. Forget your troubles, just feel the music in your bones, and let the magic happen!
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