Tap dancing a dying art of entertainment. Back in the 20th century, tap dancing had all rage; every show had its take on the style. Slowly, the dance form lost the hype; however, if we see someone tapping away, we wouldn’t miss it for the world.

Although tap dancing may have lost its popularity in the coming years, it surely has not lost its charm. Just ask this dynamic teacher-student duo. They carry the weight of America’s tap-dancing future’s on their shoulders. The beloved teacher Justin M Lewis discovered his love for dance at a young age. By the time he was 10, Lewis was performing alongside renowned jazz musician drummer Chuck Redd.

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Lewis pursued the Performing Arts as his major at Columbian College. Now, he teaches the style to anyone who is interested. That’s when Lewis met his dancing partner, now  13-year-old Luke Spring. Like his teacher, Luke recognized his passion for dance early when he stumbled upon a pair of his sister’s dancing shoes. The rest is history. Luke is the youngest and the best dancer in North America.

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