SONG: Thank God For The Radio by Alan Jackson—available on Jan’s no. 5 cd

CHOREOGRAPHER: Jan Wyllie, Hervey Bay, Qld., Australia   Web Site:

DANCE:  32 counts,   2walls,  Easy Intermediate level,  132 bpm  He sings ’thank god for the radio’ start the dance on the word ’radio’ =======================================================


                                 Side Behind, 1/4 Shuffle, Step Pivot 1/2, Rock Back Fwd

1,2                            Step R to right, Step L behind R

3&4                          Making 1/4 right shuffle fwd R,L,R

5,6                            Step fwd on L, Pivot 1/2 right keeping wt on L                    

7,8                            Rock/step back on R, Rock fwd on L


                                 Fwd Together, Shuffle Fwd, Side Together, Side Touch

9,10                          Step fwd on R, Step L beside R

11&12                    Shuffle fwd R,L,R

13,14                        Step L to left, Step R beside L

15,16                        Step L to left, Touch R beside L


                                 Rock Back Fwd, Step Pivot 1/4, Rock Fwd Back, Step Back Lock Across

17,18                        Rock/step back on R, Rock fwd on L

19,20                        Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/4 left transferring wt to L

21,22                        Rock/step fwd on R, Rock back on L

23,24                        Step back on R, Lock/step L in front of R


                                 Step Back 1/2 Turn, Step Pivot 1/2, Shuffle Fwd, Step Fwd Tap

25,26                        Step back on R, Making 1/2 left (back over L shoulder) step fwd on L

27,28                        Step fwd on R, Pivot 1/2 left transferring wt to L

29&30                    Shuffle fwd R,L,R

31,32                        Step fwd on L, Tap R beside L        








The music is nice, the dance is quite easy and there are no tags or restarts.

Hope you enjoy it!      


                                                           See you on the floor sometime…. Jan










Original sheet by

Jan Wyllie