"Your Mama Don't Dance" is a hit 1972 song by the rock duo Loggins and Messina. Released on their self-titled album Loggins and Messina, it reached #4 on the Billboard pop chart and #19 on the Billboard Easy Listening Chart as a single in early 1973.
"Your Mama Don't Dance" was covered in 1985 by the rock band Y&T, in 1988 by the rock band Poison, and it was the fourth single from their second album Open Up and Say...Ahh!. The Poison version released as a single in 1989 on Capitol Records reached number 10 on the Billboard hot 100 and #39 on the Mainstream rock charts. The song also charted at #21 on the Australian charts and #13 on the UK Singles chart. The single's B-side is "Tearin' Down the Walls".
An Australian version of the song was released in 1974 by Brian Cadd and the Bootleg Family Band.
Elvis Presley covered it as a part of a medley on his 1974 live album Elvis: As Recorded Live on Stage in Memphis.
The original version also appeared in the movie RV.
The song was used as the title to a dance/reality competition series of the same name on Lifetime television network in 2008. The series was produced by Bob Bain Productions & City LightsTelevision. File Hashes