Liquid Blue band members hit the streets of Baltimore, Maryland.
Sascha's 527 has been a top gourmet restaurant in Baltimore for 25 years.
The George Washington Monument was completed in 1829 to honor the first American President.
This beautiful building is the Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church.
Old East-Coast style architecture contrasts with modern cars on the street.
Opened in 1886, The Enoch Pratt Free Library occupies three-quarters of a city block.
The Baltimore Basilica was the first Roman Catholic cathedral built in the United States.
All this sight-seeing has the band worn out, and rockers love rocking chairs.
Now for something healthy to eat, and notice the menu under Scott Stephen's hand.
The band Liquid Blue has naturally chosen the restaurant Liquid Earth for lunch today.
Liquid Earth is popular, healthy and delicious with raw, vegan and vegetarian dishes.
On to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the beautiful baseball facility in downtown Baltimore.
This newest Oriole Park became the official home of the Baltimore Orioles in 1992.
Here Josh Hamilton tied the Major League Baseball record of four home runs in a game.
Frank Robinson and all Oriole Hall of Fame players are immortalized in bronze statues here.
The plaques on this wall represent each player inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame.
A statue of Babe Ruth entitled, Babe's Dream
, created in 1996 by sculptor Susan Luery.
Emerson Tower in the background was the tallest building in Baltimore from 1911 until 1923.
Ready to fly home, Liquid Blue concludes their 2012 tour of Baltimore, Maryland.