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The Track with Ryan Swift

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Each month on The Track, join host Ryan Swift as he sits down for an in-depth & candid conversation with swing dancers, musicians, DJs, competitors, and instructors from the world of Lindy Hop.

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Latest Episodes

In Episode 54, I am joined by dancer & DJ Helena Martins. Helena has danced, competed, performed, and DJed across the US, South America, and Europe - including DJing at events like Lindy Shock, ILHC, Lindy Focus, and at Herräng dance camp, where she ... more

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In this episode, I am joined by dancer, organizer, and educator Julia Loving. Julia has been a Teacher of Africana History and School Media Specialist in the New York City public schools for the past 27 years, and began Lindy Hopping in 2013. In addi... more

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a year ago

In this episode, I am joined by dancer, instructor, and musician, Giselle Anguizola. Giselle has been swing dancing for over 20 years, and is founder of Girl Jam, an organization honoring women in swing music and dance through weekend festivals aroun... more

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2 years ago

Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 64 ratings
  • Ryan is a fantastic interviewer

    These stories are a great glimpse into the sometimes insular world of Lindy Hop. They’ve also linked disparate dance scenes together in a common appreciation for the history of the dance and the stories of all-star dancers. Ryan brings out the best in his companions and weaves a compelling story celebrating a great art form.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    tedwardo69
    United States3 years ago
  • Really great

    One of my top two favorite podcasts for lindy hoppers! Ryan does a great job

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    thoopy
    United States5 years ago
  • Great Interviews!

    Long format Q&A of Lindy hoppers

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Andrea Cody
    United States5 years ago
  • Great content!

    Insightful look into the world of Lindy Hop and the people who shape the greater swing scene, as a whole. The podcast makes me wistful about my long years in the Bal and Lindy communities.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Dancefrankie
    United States6 years ago
  • Ryan, you are the Ira Glass of Lindy Hop!

    Such a treat to listen to. Thanks for creating a space where dancers can enjoy the world of dancing when we’re not dancing! This podcast is quality stuff

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    rubysbells
    Australia7 years ago

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