The Cha-Cha, aka Cha Cha Cha, originated in Cuba in the 1940s as a variant to the Mambo and Rumba. We could not find the origins of the Cowboy Cha Cha but know it became very popular in the 90s. The Cowboy Cha-Cha can be danced as singles, couples, and as line dance. Just for Country music fans, enjoy our list of great Country Cowboy Cha-Cha songs.
The Cowboy Cha-Cha can usually be danced to songs ranging in tempo from about 100 BPM to 135 BPM. The faster the tempo, the more experienced you must be in order to keep up with the steps. As an example, beginners can learn the steps to Brooks & Dunn’s Neon Moon. After a few dance lessons or practicing in the clubs, you can work your way up to Brooks & Dunn’s My Maria. However, we feel the best tempo is about 125 BPM.
Other Country song lists:
- Slow Country Waltz Songs
- Country First Dance Songs
- Walk Down The Aisle To These Country Processional Songs
Cowboy Cha Cha Songs List
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Zac Brown Band – Toes
2008, The Foundation
Blake Shelton – Some Beach
2004, Blake Shelton’s Barn & Grill
Alan Jackson with Jimmy Buffett – It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere
2003, Greatest Hits Volume II
Shania Twain – I’m Gonna Getcha Good
Kenny Chesney – How Forever Feels
1999, Everywhere We Go
George Strait – I Just Want To Dance With You
1998, One Step at a Time
Garth Brooks – Two Pina Coladas
Brooks & Dunn – Neon Moon
1991, Brand New Man
Want to learn the basic Cowboy Cha Cha dance steps? Check out this video by Cowboy Country Swing Club we found on Youtube:
Do you have a favorite Cowboy Cha Cha song? Be sure to comment on it below so we can add it to the list.