Liquid Blue is entertaining the 2012 Democratic National Convention (DNC).
The band is on stage at the famous N.C. Music Factory in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Diana Ferrer and Michael Vangerov perform at the Time Warner Cable media welcome event.
Charlotte Observer: Liquid Blue performs at the Time Warner Cable media welcome event.
Liquid Blue guitarist Michael Vangerov interviewed by Rachel Maddow for MSNBC.
Charlotte Observer: Michael Vangerov of San Diego is almost as colorful as the name of his band.
Liquid Blue rocking the 2012 Democratic National Convention at the N.C. Music Factory.
At "Wet Willie's" inside the N.C. Music Factory, frozen daiquiris are served.
The Factory is a renovated textile mill, the first building constructed in 1904 by John B. Ross.
Today, it holds three upscale night clubs, two large music venues, four restaurants, and multiple bars.
Scott Stephens and Michael Vangerov in the classic Liquid Blue lineup.
The band performs to a packed crowd at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Liquid Blue with Medea Benjamin of Code Pink, the activist group.
Scott Stephens may be trying a bit too hard to fit in with members of Code Pink.
Liquid Blue with Jim Hightower, a syndicated columnist, political activist, and author.
Descendents of famous Native Americans such as Crazy Horse and Geronimo.
Some of the last representatives of a culture destroyed not so long ago.
Liquid Blue vocalist Scott Stephens being interviewed by the press.
Scott nearly fell after seeing a sign that said "lean forward" while on his roller skates!
A sand sculpture encouraging Myrtle Beach residents to vote.
The Google Lounge at the DNC was made of re-purposed metal shipping containers.
The Charlotte police are ready to ensure a peaceful Democratic National Convention.
The C-SPAN tour bus used by reporters to cover the 2012 Presidential Campaign.
Nikki and Michael pose with cardboard cut-outs of Michelle and Barak Obama.
The tallest building of the skyline is the The Bank of America Corporate Center.
Michael, Scott and Nikki at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Melissa Harris-Perry is a professor and television host with a focus on African-American politics.
Tammy Duckworth campaigning to become the first disabled female in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Nikki Green chats with Diane Henning.
Michael gently pointing out that these nice men could make better use of their time.
The Firebird statue in the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art Plaza.
Nikki Green about to be satisfied by two Carolina Blondes!