Dancing Outlaw
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Jesco White likes to describe himself as one of the last great "mountain dancers"; performing in a style that resembles a midway point between tap dancing and clogging, Jesco learned his steps from his father, Donald Ray White, who was once among the best known and most respected folk dancers in West Virginia's Boone County. When Donald was murdered, Jesco literally filled his shoes, but his life often resembles a rickety bridge between the turn of the century and the present day; while Jesco's dancing provides a link back to the cultural heritage of life in rural West… More