27.07.15 by Staff

Dance of the Day: Fred Astaire with a stomach full of Corn Chips and Valium

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If this is what happens when two (extremely talented) people get up in the wee hours of the morning and decide to create something, then everyone needs to be doing this.

No permits. 3 takes. Watch Nathan Mitchell dance it up in Phillip Lopez’s “Fred Astaire with a stomach full of Corn Chips and Valium,” below!

 

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  • i love the casual vibe of the whole thing – you can tell he’s a skilled dancer but i like that he keeps it all really loose

    • Kimi

      song selection too. amazing.

      • K Brack

        Kevin Morby – Harlem River

    • Karen Victoria

      Amazing, did you know the name of the song?

      • Kimi

        Kevin Morby – Harlem River (thanks K Brack!)

      • Karen Victoria

        thank you :)

  • Ashton Ireland

    I want more of this. It is so real feeling, unlike most dance you see today, this is so open and free. Really inspiring.

  • Jason

    This is one of the best things I have seen in a while.

  • hannah

    why is he on valium, though?





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