Randy and Ashley have been dancing together for over 14 years. They have competed and won 3 dance competitions, performed at private parties, weddings, and parades. In January 2007, they danced in a show called Polka Dancing Stars. Since then they have been involved in three other Polka Dancing Stars' shows/demos. They have traveled to Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, Iowa, and many other states to dance. October 2010, Randy & Ashley were asked to dance in Jimmy Sturr's Show (18 Time Grammy Award Winner) in Minnesota. November 2011, 2012, 2013, & 2016 they were featured in the "Mollie B Christmas Special" taped in Branson, MO at the RFD TV Theatre.  In 2017 & 2018, they danced in the Mollie B Branson Style Christmas Show in Reedsburg, WI.  Join Randy and Ashley at Oregon's Alpenfest in Joseph, Oregon, were they teach dance lessons before a day filled with dancing.  Beautiful location - check it out!  For the last 3 years, they have been asked to teach dance lessons on the Jimmy Sturr and Mollie B Polka Cruise, and are going back for their 4th year in 2020.  Join them with lots of dancing and beautiful locations!  In 2018, they appeared as extras in the movie, The Mule, starring Clint Eastwood.


Ashley has traveled around the United States competing in dance competitions and coming home with over 20 dance trophies since the age of 5. She has demonstrated the polka at private parties, weddings, and in parades. In November 2002, Ashley was crowned Miss United Polka Association Queen, were she traveled around the country attending dances, giving speeches and interviews on the radio, and promoting and supporting polka music. Following her reign, she was asked to become Miss Wisconsin Polka Booster Queen which ended in 2005. In January 2006, Ashley was awarded the "Distinguished Service Award" for her promotional efforts of polka music, from the Wisconsin Polka Boosters. Two years later, she received the "Youth Achievement Award" from the Wisconsin Polka Hall of Fame.


Randy has participated in several dance competitions, demonstrations at private parties, weddings, and in parades. In 1997, he attended Wisconsin's Sesquicentennial Celebration in Washington D.C. where he demonstrated and helped conduct polka dance seminars. In 2008, he traveled to Japan for the Wisconsin’s Cultural Exchange program; while there he demonstrated and helped conduct polka dance exhibitions. Among dancing he is also a musician.