The brick walls of Klub FAMU reverberate with a musician singing Sam Cooke’s “Bring it on home,” the dance floor is filled with couples rocking, swaying, and wearing huge smiles. It’s the first night of a 3-day blues dance workshop called Little Blues Sister, Volume III, to which I have a ticket, a deep love of blues music, and a total curiosity as to what “blues dancing” is all about. The moment I sit in the lounge overlooking the dance floor, a man in a jaunty cap says, “Hi! What’s your name? Are you a dancer?” Let me introduce you to my new friend, Woody, a Hungarian who traveled from the U.K. specifically for this workshop and who is aRead more.