‘Ladies of Ballroom’…Let The Music Begin ANNOUNCEMENT

Brent Thomas Mills

We’ve come a long way from where we once started. We are very proud to announce that our liaison with Brent Thomas Mills is seeing his brain-child come to fruition. Music and dance come together on a brand new CD, with a never been done idea. This CD is comprised of American style music with 27 tracks of dance music chosen by dancers who perform in competitions. That’s what makes it unique and that’s where we come in.   25% of sales – goes directly to the Fordney Foundation to help young ballroom dancers pursue their dreams.

Brent Thomas Mills/9 Dance Band Member

Brent Thomas Mills is making great progress on his original project and the Fordney Foundation gets to be part of this unique music/dance experience. As you recall, Brent is a well-known composer and arranger on the dance competition circuit. We are watching Brent and the 9 Dance Band

Brent Thomas Mills/9 Dance Band Member

make history.

Brent has officially released the premier track of ‘Ladies of Ballroom.’ The first song is a Foxtrot, sung by U2, produced by Brent and the 9 Dance Band. The song is called Mysterious Ways by U2.  This very famous song by U2 is now a sassy foxtrot! You gotta hear it! Here is the link to the first track on iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mysterious-ways-feat.- brent/id1181159863?i=159863?i=1181160627

It is also available on Spotify and Amazon.com. If you donate to this project, you help us serve more young dancers and children in elementary schools that would like dance lessons on their campus.

We still have room to feature more ‘Ladies of Ballroom’ on this CD. If you are interested in being involved in this project or you know someone who would be, feel free to reach out directly to Brent Thomas at: 973-207-8694 or m4mrecords@me.com.

You also can go to our website www.fordneyfoundation.org and go to About – Programs – Tab the drop down menu and you will see ‘Ladies of Ballroom’ Music.


and Brent has already played his first track Mysterious Ways in competitions to rave reviews. You too, can be part of this first of its kind project, where it is possible to make a difference in peoples’ lives by playing music, touching peoples’ lives and hearts while giving back with purpose in a beautiful, artistic way!

Brent et al in Studio

As you can see the ball is more than rolling

Janice Stanton – ‘Ladies of Ballroom’ Photo by Alex Havasi

Thought Of The Week:

See the light in others, and treat them as if that is all you see – Dr. Wayne Dyer

Janice Stanton – ‘Ladies of Ballroom’ Photo by Alex Havasi



Shane Meuwissen is the Media Specialist for Fordney Foundation.  He is a former dance instructor who know works with his company Slow Motion Dance Videos capture the beauty of dancing. If you would like to learn more about Shane and his video work, visit his website https://slowmotiondancevideos.com/