Morgan Hudson


Morgan Hudson was born and raised in the small town of Jackson, Kentucky. He first started clogging in 1981 under the direction of Betty Hudson. After she taught him everything she knew, she referred him to the "man on top of the hill" named Charlie Burns. His team, The Kuntry Gals and Guys, accepted Morgan and he clogged with them under the direction of Charlie Burns until 1986. The group remained together for one more year until most of them graduated high school in 1987.

Time passed, and thirteen years later, Morgan assumed that clogging had come and gone, and no longer existed. It wasn't until he was out line dancing one night in 2000 that Charlotte Hoover, from Frankfort, Kentucky saw him jumping up and down and bouncing everywhere. She asked him if he had ever clogged and he replied, "Yes, but I think it has died". She reintroduced him to clogging, and he began taking as many classes as he possibly could every week; sometimes under the direction of four different instructors at one time!

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In 2001 Morgan gave his life to the Lord and wanted to share his talent, as well as his love for the Lord. He wanted to give back the talent that was given to him, to young kids to keep them out of trouble. Due to his love for the dance, when instructors in the area walked away from their groups, Morgan took over the leadership of those groups. He currently teaches: Beattyville (KY), and in Harrodsburg (KY).

Morgan currently resides in Stanton with his wife S'Lena and their farm of dogs. They teach there and also have classes in Beattyville (KY), and in Harrodsburg
(KY). He works full time in Georgetown for Toyota. They both enjoy dancing, going to church and just hanging and chillin’ out. They are also big animal lovers - with 7 dogs, and 2 cats. They love to go four-wheeling in their spare time - getting muddy never hurt anyone!