Normally, when you come across a short song when searching for music for your routines, you breathe a sigh of relief. You think to yourself, “Thank goodness, I don’t have to cut this one!” However, occasionally the song is TOO short. Into the void steps this extended (2:23), rockin’ fun version of Let It Snow! by the Brian Setzer Orchestra, perfect for a group tap routine. This song is simply begging to be used in a tap routine, and is great for any age dancers.
Honey, I’m Good by Andy Grammer has been lighting up the charts over the past couple of months, but it includes some inappropriate language. Squirrel Trench Audio is pleased to provide a clean, full-length version of this hit song.
Choreographer/teacher Desiree Johnson runs Desiree’s Dancers in David City, Nebraska, a subsidiary of Barb’s School of Dance in Columbus, Nebraska. Desiree contacted me about a year ago to craft a custom remix for her production called Revealing the Royals. Assistant choreographers for this routine were Melinda Allen, Becky Brandenburg, and Kayla Hollatz. Here is a video of this four-minute masterpiece. Congratulations to Desiree and all of her dancers on a spectacular creation!
Recently a dance teacher requested a mix of songs, for the benefit of a little girl fighting stage 4 cancer. This teacher wanted to use the song All You Need Is Love combined with others for a 2.5 minute routine. I added the Tom Petty song I Won’t Back Down and wrapped it up with With a Little Help from My Friends. To create freshness, I used cover versions of all of these songs; Brandi Carlile’s upbeat version of All You Need Is Love, Blake Shelton & Dia Frampton’s The Voice version of I Won’t Back Down, and concluded with Brandon Roush’s The Voice version of With A Little Help From My Friends.
This uplifting and original Squirrel Trench mix is perfect for any dance routine designed to pay tribute and be inspiring to someone going through a tough time, whether it’s a medical battle or the loss of a loved one.
While 2015’s Super Bowl was one of the finest from a sports perspective, Katy Perry’s halftime entertainment may have stolen the show. Inspired by this amazing spectacle, this Queen of the Super Bowl mix features the first two numbers from this performance, Roar and Dark Horse. The length is 2:41 for a jazz or hip hop dance routine.
Guess what day it is? GUESS. WHAT. DAY. IT. IS! It’s Squirrel Appreciation Day! (No, I have never heard of that before either, but I guess it’s really a thing.)
In honor of Squirrel Appreciation Day, it is our turn to appreciate YOU, our fabulous clients who keep Squirrel Trench Audio busy with all of your custom music editing and remixing requests! And to show our appreciation to you, we are giving away a FREE edit of Colbie Caillat’s beautiful song “Try”, which is perfect for a lyrical dance. Get your FREE copy of Try right here on Legitmix:
Due to the runaway popularity of our clean version of Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars’ Uptown Funk, we’ve created an album containing every length (six) of this song, that we’ve created to date. Our clean version of Uptown Funk is super-smooth – no awkward hiccups to interrupt the song’s funktastic groove! Most of our clean versions also include the exciting intro as performed on Saturday Night Live – an intro which is not heard on the iTunes release of the song.
This album contains six different lengths of the song, and is a terrific bargain at $11.99, a savings of 78% compared to buying each version of the song individually!
The six versions of the songs are: 4:28 (full length), 2:58, 2:45, 2:32, 2:15, and 1:59. One of the lengths is sure to be perfect for your jazz, tap, or hip hop competition or recital dance routine.
Grab your complete Bruno Mars Uptown Funk Clean Version album now! Or just purchase the length you need for your dance routine!
Due to popular demand, Squirrel Trench Audio is pleased to announce a clean, full-length version of Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars’ groovetastic Uptown Funk. This version has several unique twists, including the spicy intro as performed Saturday Night Live. This intro is only available here at Squirrel Trench Audio! Potentially objectionable lyrics have been removed with NO disruption to the funktastic groove. Removed lyrics include “hot damn” “bi*ch” and “put some liquor in it”.
This clean version sounds even better than the original!
Best of all, due to this song’s amazing popularity, this version is now available for only $4.99. NOW GO GET YOUR GROOVE ON!
Take a listen:
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In addition to the full length version above, we also offer five pre-cut lengths, perfect for competition or recital routines:
As a holiday thank you to our wonderful clients, here is a FREE clean edit of Text Me Merry Christmas by Straight No Chaser, featuring Kristen Bell. This version has been edited and cleaned to remove all potentially objectionable lyrics. In this form, the song is completely G-rated, and safe for the whole family. The length is 2:30 for a jazz or tap dance routine. A 2:00 length version is also available below. Just click the link of either version and follow the instructions to get your free edited version.
(*Free if you already own the song in iTunes, otherwise it will be $1.29.)
Click here for custom edits or remixes.
Jessie J’s song Burnin’ Up is a sizzling track, but there is some language not appropriate for young dancers. Squirrel Trench Audio has four cuts ready for your choreography, at routine length, and all potentially objectionable lyrics have been removed. Pick out the right length for your routine, 2:49, 2:33, 2:10, or 1:54, and take it home via Legitmix: