Who wrote Nutbush City Limits song?
What did the Nutbush originate from?
The Nutbush is a line dance performed to Tina Turner’s song “Nutbush City Limits”. Inspired by Tina Turner’s song, the dance emerged as “The Nutbush” in the 1970s disco era. The Nutbush particularly took off in Australia during the 1980s, and is usually performed in schools, social gatherings and community events.
What is the meaning of Nutbush City Limits?
“Nutbush City Limits” is a semi-autobiographical song written by Tina Turner which commemorates her rural hometown of Nutbush in Haywood County, Tennessee, United States.
Did Marc Bolan play on Nutbush?
Although many have tried to get to the bottom of it in recent years, no one seems to really know. Allegedly Tina Turner herself confirmed, in a BBC radio interview that it was indeed Marc Bolan playing guitar on the song.
Who covered Nutbush City Limits?
|Nutbush City Limits||Ike & Tina Turner||August 1973|
|Nutbush City Limits||Springbok||1974|
|Nutbush City Limits||Bob Seger||April 5, 1975|
|Nutbush City Limits||Marie Rottrová – Plameňáci||1978|
Who invented Nutbush City Limits dance?
The earliest reports suggest that the dance moves were the brainchild of primary school teachers in the late 70s, although there are no concrete reports of how the dance originated.
When did the song Nutbush City Limits come out?
Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits (1973)
Nutbush City Limits , Ike & Tina Turner , 1973
Nutbush City Limits (Remastered)