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New: Latin Status Saturdays at PERLÉ

Posted on January 21st, 2012 by by Dany J

NEW NEW NEW!

Latin STATUS | Saturdays
(In the Lounge)

@ PERLÉ Nightclub w/ DANY JOSHUA

Latin STATUS Saturdays at PERLÉ Nightclub with DANY JOSHUA
Saturday , January 21, 2012 – If you are looking for a great party on Saturdays! Now we have the best of both worlds! 2 Parties under one roof. In the Main room –> Mainstream party! In the Lounge –> Latin party!

Doors Open at 10pm

2 Rooms! 2 Parties!
MAIN ROOM = DJ Johnny FX
New Mixes of Top 40, Hip Hop and Vocal Club

IN THE LOUNGE = DJ Dany Joshua + DJ Jochi
Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Reggaeton, Latin Mixes,
Latin Pop, Latin Rock and Samba

Saturdays are ladies nights at PERLÉ Nightclub!
Girls FREE until 11pm MENTION DANY JOSHUA

MENTION DANY JOSHUA for GUEST LIST!
Ladies $10 All night, Men $13 All night
Reg $15

PERLÉ Nightclub, 13 Paterson St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
732.391.1110

Thursdays Hotter in Downtown New Brunswick

Posted on November 5th, 2008 by by Dany J

Scarlet Salsa Thursdays at 360 Lounge are heating up even more. Every Thursday night, we host the coolest, trendiest, party in Central Jersey. This week (November 6th), we are celebrating 360 Lounge‘s 1-Year Anniversary with Brazilian Rum Leblon and the Leblon models! Drink specials: Capirinas, beer, shots!

Leblon Leblon Leblon

Thursday, November 6th 2008 – 10pm

Drink Specials
$5 Capirinas, $3 Buds, $2 Shots

Free Cover before 9pm.
Reduced before 10pm.

DJ Dany J & DJ Leonard
Classic Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, Bachata
For serious dancing!

Free Salsa Lessons – (2) Levels
by Scarlet Mambo at 9:30pm

ALSO, celebrating Andrea’s Birthday!

360 Lounge, 120 Albany St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901

So You Think You Can’t Salsa? – NY Times

Posted on August 29th, 2008 by by Dany J

Flash News! Extra! Extra! The Scarlet Mambo team and yours truly were quoted/mentioned in an article, So You Think You Can’t Salsa? in the New York Times.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/29/arts/dance/29sals.html

“Salsa has its own networks. At clubs and socials, dancers promote their events. Camila Danielle Sanchez, 25, who was at the Chelsea social, teaches in Highland Park, N.J., near New Brunswick, where she and her partner, Dany Joshua, also host a salsa night called “Scarlet Mambo.” “If you look at the fliers,” Mr. Joshua said, “the dancers are organized. It’s a lot of ‘I’ll come support you,’ and a lot of ‘you come support me.’ Everything revolves around certain Web sites, and a MySpace and a Facebook effect has also taken place. It used to be rude to hand out fliers; now when it ends you’ll see everyone hand them out.”

(Read Complete Article):
So You Think You Can’t Salsa?

By JULIE BLOOM
Published: August 29, 2008
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Why Salsa Shines are Good for you

Posted on June 5th, 2008 by by Dany J

Hopefully this short article (and video) will persuade you to spend some time on your shines.

Beginner dancers usually shy away from learning Salsa shines (footwork) because they do not understand their practicality or value. The following video is an example of improvisational fluidity.

Why Salsa shines are good for you:

  1. Improve your timing – If you get lost in the middle of a turn pattern, you will be able to get back into the beat more easily.
  2. Improve your body movement – If you want to dance salsa like a fish swims in water, shines are a perfect way to loosen your body and look more “latin”.
  3. Expand your spinning abilities. – It is more difficult to spin by yourself that to have a partner spin you. If you can spin in shines, then you can spin twice as much in partner work.

How to dance Salsa On2. Basic Step.

Posted on May 30th, 2008 by by Dany J

A complete and succinct explanation of the basic On2 Salsa step by Jai Catalano, host of the ESPN 2007 World Salsa Championships.