Wednesday, October 16, 2013

- Dance Shoes - will be at YA Salsa ? -

Premium Ballroom Dance Shoes -
for $75 a pair (FREE USA shipping and handing)

Delivering quality. Inspiring your passion for dance.

Ordering information
All Ballroom dance shoes & Latin dance shoes in our catalog can be special ordered to meet your personal needs and will take about four weeks for delivery if not in stock. You can select the dance shoes width, color, material (leather or satin) & heel style at no extra charge.

Online purchases are welcome
Feel free to browse through our Ballroom dance shoes & Latin dance shoes online. Select your American shoe size, width, color, material (leather or satin), heel style & dance shoe style number from the catalog. FREE USA shipping and handling. Please allow up to four weeks delivery. We accept money orders, personal checks and major credit cards.

Sizing information
Our shoes are true to size. If you wear street dress shoes 7.5-8, you should order 8 for close toe ballroom shoes. For open toe Latin shoes, either 7.5 or 8 will work, most competitive dancers prefer 7.5 and social dancers prefer 8. If you order heel size 2" or lower, please do not order ½ size smaller in any case. Hope this helps.
Heel types - Ballroom dance shoes and Latin dance shoes
Color & Materials - Ballroom dance shoes and Latin dance shoes

Jenny Remington
Canton, Mi 48188
voice (313) 920-7374
Darlene Patrico
Sterling Heights, Mi 48312
voice (586) 264-0224

Group discounts available. Please contact Jenny Remington email: for details.

Dealer Program available to motivated and ambitious salespeople. You can also be a part of this growing business. Please contact Jenny Remington email: with serious inquiries

ORQUESTA LA INSPIRACION Thursday, OCTOBER 17th, 8:00 PM – EMU Student Center

Thursday, OCTOBER 17th, 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
$5 suggested donation
(Latin Dance instruction provided prior to 8pm)
Food available to purchase
Student Center - Ballroom A
358 EMU Student Center
Ypsilanti, MI 48197


Orquesta La Inspiracion.

Led by Puerto Rican-born congero Ozzie Rivera and music director-pianist Bill Meyer, this 10-piece unit honors the traditions of merengue, cumbia and Afro-Caribbean jazz while forging new directions in Latin music.

Raised in Detroit, Rivera is a longtime cultural activist and social worker. He’s studied Afro-Latino music for more than 30 years. “Music with heavy drumming helps people get into a different, spiritual plane,” says Rivera. “If it’s not putting you in a trance, it’s not doing its job.” That sounds pretty inspirational.
Meyer is a key component of Detroit’s jazz community, an activist and leader of his own bands. His long list of associates includes luminaries such as George Burns, Smokey Robinson, Cab Calloway, Burt Bacharach, Nipsey Russell, Natalie Cole and Savion Glover. 

Inspiracion is a mighty river of Latin sounds with strong old- and new-school currents.
Singer Figueroa and trumpeter Bob Mojica each have more than 40 years’ experience in the salsa and jazz inferno.
Saxophonist Chris Kaercher is deeply funky, having spent time with the likes of the Temptations, James Brown, Lou Rawls, the Manhattans, and the Spinners.
Bassist Steve Backus is known for his R&B bass grooves with Detroit band Jocelyn B and the Detroit Street Players.
Singer Armando Vega has that youthful spirit.
 The experiences of percussionists Gregory “Greco” Freeman and Javier M. Barrios range from Detroit jazz and soul to salsa and reggae.
Songbirds Dulce Checkler and Consuela Lopez bridge the old and new, going deeply into African call-and-response vocals, as well as the latest salsa and soul hybrids.