Brother Duo’s Outstanding Irish Step Dance Routine To ‘September’ By Earth, Wind Fire

Brother Duo’s Outstanding Irish Step Dance Routine To ‘September’ By Earth, Wind  Fire

Two incredibly talented people, the Gardiner brothers, showed off their fancy footwork, strutting their stuff to an all-time classic - the beloved tune “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire.

Dance must be, without question, the most difficult art form to perfect. Long hours of intense, focused practice, commitment and relentless attention to detail are all elements needed to succeed at dance. That is what’s needed for just one person to become moderately successful at dance. Add one or more people to a routine or act, and the difficulty level increases significantly.

Pulling off and executing the proper dance moves is a must. But for a routine to impress and succeed, it’s about timing. One false move or errant step could throw an entire act off. All the prolonged hours of practice, blood, sweat and tears would have been for nothing.

In a clip posted on Instagram, the Gardiner brothers complete a lightning-quick and perfectly synchronized dance number to “September.” 

“Our hearts were ringing
In the key that our souls were singing
As we dance in the night
Remember, how the stars stole the night away, yeah, yeah, yeah”

Watching them rhythmically tap their feet up and down on the ground in synchronization with one another is a feast for the eyes. They don’t miss a single step. They even managed to include a perfectly-timed clap.

Instead of strutting their stuff in September, the guys added a comment to their Instagram post, writing that they brought September to Paris in October, as they danced in front of The Arc de Triomphe.

Mike and Matthew, according to their Instagram profile, are highly decorated dancers. They are 5-time World Champion Irish Dancers and according to their website, “have performed to audiences all over the globe.”

Psalm 149:3 “Let them give praise to his name in the dance: let them make melody to him with instruments of brass and corded instruments of music.”

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