The Four Step Brothers, Nicknamed Eight Feet of Rhythm started as a trio in 1925 with Maceo Anderson, Al Williams and Red Walker.
In 1927 they added Sherman Robertson, and then Prince Spencer. they are true Tap Masters and National Treasures.
Their Tap Dance Act was the longest lasting Dance Group Act, lasting into the 1960’s, appearing in Hollywood and on major TV Shows such as the ABC Variety show, Martin and Lewis and the Guy Mitchell Show to name a few.
They received the Dance Masters Life Achievement Award in 1960 among others, and in 1988 they received their own Star on the Hollywood walk of fame.
Sit back and enjoy this clip from a 1955 appearance on the Martin and Lewis show Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
Martin and Lewis are doing what they do best. The four Step Brothers are doing what they do Best. Enjoy.