Chem-free dance parties were all the rage for Maine teens during the "Just Say No" 1980’s. In Augusta, we used to shake it all night long at Rachel’s.

Maybe you didn’t go to school with these exact kids in this video, but if your in your 50s they absolutely will remind you of people you grew up with.

Bask in the glory of 80’s ‘shoulder dancing’ Maine teens showing us their moves to classics from Autograph, John Parr, Prince, Madonna, Tommy Shaw and more!

Big thanks to YouTube user, Ken Talon for putting this precious capture of simpler joyful times of growing up in Maine.

WVII Channel 7 outta Bangor used to tape shows on Saturdays at the Bounty dance club and broadcast them on Sundays.

The kids dancing on the Bounty Bandstand show were from area high schools and it was hosted by legendary local morning radio star, Mighty John Marshall.

Ken Talon via YouTube
Ken Talon via YouTube

This video features students from Lee Academy. We could watch this video all day. Yeah, it's over a half hour long. But we bet you'll stay for the whole thing. It's wicked mesmerizing, bub. See anybody you know?

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