Dance to great music selected by Atlanta's top DJs!
Meet OuR DJs
Ron GlickmanI began ballroom dancing in July of 2010, and quickly embraced the hobby and sport. A few short months later I join the Daza Dance Performance Company under the direction of Kyle “Honey” Larsen. There I began to learn a number of different styles of dance and was introduced to West Coast Swing.
July of 2013 saw a new opportunity open up as a Ballroom Dj for the American Legion in Alpharetta Ga (Club 201).
Chris PowderlyAs a formally trained musician, Chris has studied both music theory and performance. When he began west coast swing dancing in 2009, it was natural his love of music and dance would eventually find its way to the DJ booth. Chris brings energy and enthusiasm to his sets, playing music which inspires dancers and compliments their individual creativity. Chris enjoys listening and responding to the creative force behind each crowd.
Danny BerryI have had a passion for music and dancing since I was a kid due to my parents being avid dancers. I started playing the drums at the age of 10 and continued through my teens and 20's. I played live shows with many bands during these years.
I stay involved in music and as a DJ because of my passion for both music and dance. I started WCS in May of 2009 and as a DJ in Nov of 2013. My goal as a DJ is to keep you on the dance floor!!
Steve EdwardsPROFESSIONAL DANCE COUNSELOR & DJ
UCWDC Classic Open I World Champion UCWDC Masters Classic 3rd Over All Champion
Recognized as one of the top instructors in the Southeast
Over 20+ years of dance and counseling experience.
Developer of the "Circular Track Method"
Rich KopelsRich has been spinning tunes since 1997, and has been the featured DJ for many dance events across the country. He has been dancing since he was a teenager, mastering many dance styles. He has been a member of the Atlanta Swing Dancers Club since its inception.
As an ambassador of swing, Rich supports and attends many local and national dance events. Rich served as President of the American Bop Association and was inducted into the American Bop Association's Hall Of Fame in 1999.