Carolina Beach Music originated in the late 1940s when R&B songs were played on jukeboxes at South Carolina beach pavilions and bars. Motown, Soul, old school Funk and Disco later joined the mix. It's music to dance to -- especially if the dance is the Carolina Shag. The music has remained popular and is often referred to as "Rhythm 'n Beach" and "Boogie & Blues."

Subcategories 3

Betty B's Bungalow : A Shagging World
Introduction to the dance and the music, list of clubs on the East Coast, a tribute to Shad Alberty, and links.
The Cammy Awards
Promoting Carolina beach music, its influences and offshoots. Academy information, award winners, and links.
Shag Art
Prints of past and present shag club dance lounges in the South.
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