Norma Miller on BBC Breakfast

Ahead of her appearances in London as part of her 2015 European tour, Swing Patrol took Swing dancing legend Norma Miller to Manchester where she was interviewed by Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull on BBC Breakfast, discussing “the beat”, Harlem and what makes a good dancer.

You can catch Norma’s interview via the video below:

Queen of Swing Norma Miller talks to the BBC's Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull

You may also like:
5 Feb| 2019

The life and times of Frankie Manning

Swing dancer extraordinaire Frankie Manning was a leading dancer at Harlem’s legendary Savoy Ballroom where in the mid-1930s, he revolutionised the course of the lindy hop with his innovations, including the air step. As a featured dancer and chief choreographer for the spectacular Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers, he performed in numerous films (including Hellzapoppin’ (1941)), and […]