Clog Dancing

Clogging: General Information

Clog Dancers & Groups

Clogging Organizations and Events

Useful Links: 

  • America’s Clogging Hall of Fame (ACHF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the old time square dance and clogging. Website:
  • Barbary Coast Cloggers were founded in San Francisco to bring the rowdiness and unique spirit of North America’s indigenous dance form, called clogging or American step dancing, out of the Appalachian Mountains all the way to the West Coast.
  • Clogging Champions of America was formed in 1998 to generate more activity and interest in clogging and competition.  Website:
  • CLOG, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the promotion, education, enhancement, and preservation of American Clog Dance.  Website:

Appalachian Mountain Dancing

Jesco White & Hank Williams III (Source: link)

Jesco White & Hank Williams III (Source: link)

Best described as half clogging and half tap dancing.

D. Ray White

D. Ray White

There is also a documentary featuring Jesco’s father, the famous mountain dancer D. Ray White.  The film is called “Talking Feet: Solo Southern Dance – Flatfoot, Buck and Tap” by Mike Seeger and Ruth Pershing.  The film can be seen by clicking on the links below.

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