People make fun of the large guy as he prepares to swing, but as the music begins…

When John Lindo and Deborah Szekely danced the West Coast Swing together at events in the 1990s, people didn’t think much of them. The dancer’s height was the cause of everything.

But he and his dancing partner were the ones who struck it fortunate and took home the trophy. John’s current level of recognition and attention can be attributed to one of those days.

Enjoyable to watch Lindo. He has been dancing for more than 20 years, and he began with country and western. He afterwards began playing the West Coast Swing, where he quickly rose to fame.

The West Coast Swing is a two-person dance, thus it’s crucial that both participants are coordinated. As the name implies, this style of dance originated on the west coast of the United States. According to the history of West Coast Swing, the current version of the dance was created in the 1960s as a tribute to Lindy Hop.

Over nine and a half million people have viewed Lindo dancing since the video was posted in 2008.