Whether or not you know the dance steps to the nightclub two-step, one thing you should know is that the dance is not particular to one style of music. The nightclub two-step can be danced to with R&B, Country, Rock, Pop, and more. So, nightclub two-step is perfect for your wedding dance songs.
The nightclub two-step dance is a mid-tempo dance but can be danced to many popular love songs. You can commonly dance a slow dance or a nightclub two-step to those songs.
The nightclub two-step is typically a ballad in 4/4 time. The steps are counted as one & two – three & four. The dancers are in a more relaxed hold to give you more freedom than in a slow dance. If you want to know more about the history of the nightclub two-step, read this article.
Nightclub Two-Step Wedding Songs
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You’re Still The One – Shania Twain
1997, Come On Over, Country
Everything I Do (I Do For You) – Bryan Adams
1991, Waking Up the Neighbours, Rock
Two is Better than One – Boys Like Girls feat. Taylor Swift
2009, Love Drunk, Indie Rock
I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
1998, Armageddon Soundtrack, Rock
Sade – By Your Side
All of Me – John Legend
2013, Love in the Future, R&B
Free – Zac Brown Band
2008, The Foundation, Country
Then – Brad Paisley
2009, American Saturday Night, Country
Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
2014, x, Pop Rock
Lovesong – Adele
2011, 21, Pop
Your Song – Elton John
1970, Elton John, Pop
Here is an example of a wedding couple dancing the nightclub two-step for their first dance:
Now that you have listened to and read our list of nightclub 2-step songs, do you have a favorite, not on the list? Please comment on it below so we can add it to the list!
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