On Tap For Black History Month


He’s a Canadian tap dancing legend who began his onstage career at the age of five in London, Ontario. By the time Joey Hollingsworth was 11, he had already tapped for his idol – the legendary Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. (It’s worth noting, the song Mr. Bojangles is actually about someone the songwriter encountered who used the name incognito – and NOT about Bill Robinson). By the time Joey joined us at ideacity in 2018, he’d performed for heads of state and audiences around the world. And, at that time at the age of 81, he demonstrated his still-sharp skills on the dance floor. Five years later, he’s still performing.

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