Date: January 17, 2011
Time: 10.00 a.m.
Location:www.actors entertainment.com to view and chat live
Noted Dance Instructor Ginny Allen (front, center) teaching dance steps for the popular new “Out With The Girls” dance and song of the same name by award-winning Country-Pop artist, Eileen Carey.
There’s a new Line Dance for the infectious country dance club hit, “Out With the Girls,” written and recorded by SoCal-based Country-Pop artist.
Eileen Carey. Carey’s “Out With The Girls” — featured on her recent CD release, “Movin’ On” (myrecordlabel.net) — won “Producer’s Choice: Dance Single of the Year” at the recent 20th Annual Los Angeles Music Awards, the second consecutive year Carey has garnered a plaque from the longest independent awards show of its kind (she won “Americana Album of the Year” in 2009 for “Movin’ On”). Watch the Line Dance technique for “Out With The Girls”.
Carey will demonstrate her “Out With The Girls” Line Dance, Monday, January 17 at 10 a.m. on “Actors E Chat,” the popular show for actors, musicians, and entertainers airing daily on the Actors Entertainment Network (www.actors entertainment.com to view and chat live). Eileen recently embarked on a nationwide Dance Club Promotion Campaign promoting “Out with the Girls.” Marco Club Connections of Nashville spearheaded the promotional effort which ran from October 1 through December 31. The target audience for the promotion was the female country fan in the middle- to upper-middle income group between the ages of 24 and 45. ”Out With the Girls” was distributed to top dance clubs, deejays and dance instructors in the top 100 DMA markets for a 12-week rotation of club airplay. Additionally, local contests and promotions were created to partner with female-oriented consumer products via traditional and new media outlets includingmamapalooza.com, womensradio.com, and chicksingernight.com.
A new website was created for this campaign: http://www.musicmom.com. All told, the “Out With the Girls” promotion impacted over 2 million club patrons during its three-month run. Country music is the most programmed radio format in the United States with approximately fourty-two million adults listening to country music in the United States. Find out how to do the dance here.