We are particularly interested in hearing from international shufflers of today, as part of the online section of the Melbourne Shuffle OldSkool documentary.
We would love to know where the Melbourne Shuffle has spread. How did you hear about it, learn it. What is it like in your town? Are you the only shuffler in your neighbourhood? What sort of parties and events do you have? Is there anything we can do to help? You are invited to share your stories, experiences, post flyers, post links to your online videos, request dancing tips.
While it may be called the 'Melbourne' Shuffle, oldskoolers believe it belongs to everybody, it's about freedom.
We will be keeping all the posts as a free online archive of the Melbourne Shuffle history, and it's new history as it spreads, for generations to come.
You can post here on the Melbourne Shuffle OldSkool Forum
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