Exclusive Video: Watch a New Performance from Travis Wall's 'All the Right Moves'
Exclusive Video: Watch a New Performance from Travis Wall's 'All the Right Moves'
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
If you have only ever seen Travis Wall as a contestant or choreographer on So You Think You Can Dance, get ready to see something new. Wall now has his own show, All the Right Moves, on Oxygen. Check out an exclusive video of a new performance airing on the next All the Right Moves here.

The video shows a stage full of dancers going crazy to the sounds of "Sing, Sing, Sing." With that music alone (best swing music ever!), you know it's going to be good. Add in the choreography and dancing of someone like Travis Wall, and the performance is likely to be spectacular.

Is it spectacular? Find out for yourself by watching the video here:

So what do you think? Has Shaping Sound pulled off an excellent performance, or would you want to see more?

If you haven't been watching the first season of All the Right Moves on Oxygen, here are the basics. The reality show follows dancers Travis Wall, Teddy Forance, Nick Lazzarini (the winner of So You Think You Can Dance season 1) and Kyle Robinson as they try to launch their own dance company. This company, Shaping Sound, will have a big impact on the four men's lives, careers and friendships. So it's kind of important.

Want to learn more about Travis Wall and All the Right Moves? Click here to check out an interview with the choreographer and dancer.

TV-watching dance fans are probably most familiar with Travis Wall. Ever since Wall competed in season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance, he has been one of the more notable names in professional dance. More of a choreographer than a dancer these days, Travis Wall has created dances for several SYTYCD seasons. One of his season 7 dances was even nominated for an Emmy in 2011.

Click here to check out more about All the Right Moves.

Want to watch more of All the Right Moves? Tune in to watch the show Tuesdays at 10pm on Oxygen.

(Image and video courtesy of Oxygen)