The Nicholas Brothers

The Dogcast: Presenting The Nicholas Brothers!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a bit of entertaining whimsy today. There is no overreaching theme hear or any particular reason for this other than my love of tap dancing. The Nicholas Brothers were just that cool. Below are a few clips showcasing some of their most famous dance numbers and even a little documentary featuring the two. Fayard and Harold were two of the greatest dancers alive and it’s a shame no one remembers them. Check out the videos below and experience real talent for yourselves! So Sayeth The Kendog!

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The Kenblog: “A Little Nicholas. . .Brothers That Is!

Howdy folks! It’s The Kendog with a little something off the beaten path. This COVID-19 situation is a pain in the ass on multiple levels, not the least of which is in the amount of stress we’re all collectively going through. So I thought, as a stress reliever, I would post a couple of otherworldly music and dance numbers from two of the best ever to lace up a pair of tap shoes. . .the Nicholas brothers. Just watching this guys work brings a smile to my face and hopefully it does the same for you. This situation will hopefully end one day, but for now enjoy the tap dancing brilliance of Howard and Fayard Nicholas! Feel free to comment below! So Sayeth The Kendog!

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The Kenblog: The Nicholas Brothers Are Here For Your Entertainment!



Howdy Folks!  It’s The Kendog!


Sometimes it takes a little while for me to get the most recent reviews up in what one would call a timely manner.  I have an alter ego that unfortunately has to work every day and at odd hours.  (Apparently I didn’t qualify for the alter ego that lets me leap tall buildings in a single bound. . .some guys have all the luck.)  That said, I don’t want you fine folks to get bored, so I decided to put up some entertaining stuff that will be sure to get you movin’ and groovin’ in your seat.  Now most folks think of James Brown, Michael Jackson, or even MC Hammer as the greatest dancers ever to prowl the stage, but I’ve got a couple of brothers that’ll blow’em all away.  They’re called the Nicholas Brothers and, although their heyday was in the 1940’s, I’m sure you’ll agree that their dance moves are absolutely timeless.  Enjoy!  So Sayeth The Kendog! Continue reading