Kip Sweeny is a dance instructor, disc jockey, choreographer, male vocalist. He travels all over the world as a KC and the Sunshine Band and a Garth Brooks impersonator. He is the sole owner of JKS Production, an entertainment company providing all of his services. Kip was born from parents who were dancers who had a family tradition of roller skate choreography. Kip was employed at Church Street Station from 1993 until closing in 2000. There, much experience was gained by performing at banquets, parties, and corporate events serving hundreds to thousands of people at any given time. Work on three music videos is also a part of Kips credits. His choreography on “Cripple Creek” in 1998 gave him world wide recognition when it was recognized as the number one requested line dance in the world according to the professionals at the UCWDC World Dance Championships. In 1999 Azalea Park music picked up Kip to record an old Jim Stafford song called “Spiders and Snakes”. Kip wrote and added a third verse to the song and recorded it. He then choreographed a new line dance for the song and released it along with a full music video. In 1994 Kip started a tribute show to Garth Brooks at the Resort Hotel on International Drive in Orlando and can now be seen performing tribute show to KC and Garth on a regular basis.