Remember the Toronto crossing guard who was banned from dancing on the job? She’s back and better than ever!
Over the past few years, Kathleen Byers made a name for herself by dancing on the job – but in December, Toronto police told her to put a stop to it because it was a public safety hazard.
But thanks to Toronto-area band Born Ruffians, Kathleen’s got her groove back.
In the newly-released video for “Oh Cecilia,” Byers shimmies and boogies in her crossing guard uniform while lyrics flash across the screen – and it’s awesome.
"Well, like the guys in Born Ruffians, the home I grew up in was always filled with music," Byers said in a press release. "My parents had kitchen parties where you'd hear guitars, violin and even someone playing the spoons. It was truly a toe-tapping time. For me, music is the bread of life, and dancing is the way I play."
“Oh Cecilia” comes from the expanded edition of Born Ruffians’ latest album “Birthmarks.” Earlier this year, the Ruffians were nominatedRead More »from ‘Dancing crossing guard’ Kathleen Byers makes a comeback in new Born Ruffians music video