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  • Ana Carpenter

    Gregory Hines @Sosana Carpenter and @Kiah Carpenter I know this is how you feel about your dance shoes, especially the taps!

  • Jillian Ya

    Happy birthday Gregory Hines. Always a legend!

  • Natalie Raquel

    "I love tap dancing. I love my tap shoes. I get so inspired, so filled up. It's like I need a shot of whiskey, and I don't even drink." —Gregory Hines ( I LOVE this artist...even had the pleasure of meeting him MANY years ago...we talked, he kissed my cheek and I swore I'd never wash my face! lol Yes, I was just a kid with a huge crush on this master tap dancer!!) He is one of the reasons I love to tap dance and even taught it for several years. :)

  • Monica Felix

    Gregory Hines, Studio portrait, Santa Monica, California, 1999 "I love tap dancing. I love my tap shoes. I get so inspired, so filled up. It's like I need a shot of whiskey, and I don't even drink." —Gregory Hines. Photo © Rose Eichenbaum

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