Scott Stephens, Michael Vangerov and Nikki Green performing in Cleveland, Ohio.
The trio is performing as "Accoustic Blue" at the famous Wilbert's Food & Music.
Wilbert's offers drinks, full-service bistro-style food, and an intimate concert experience.
A 9 foot bronze statue of Bob Feller, a Hall of Fame baseball pitcher for the Cleveland Indians.
Progressive Field is the home of the Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball (MLB) team.
Is there some politically incorrect irony in the "Indians" playing on "Progressive" field?
Together with Quicken Loans Arena, Progressive Field is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex
Quicken Loans Arena is home of the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Horseshoe Casino is located nearby in the former Higbee Building at Tower City Center.
The Hilton Garden Inn is just a short walk away from the other attractions in downtown Cleveland.
Progressive Field in the background can seat over thirty-five thousand baseball fans.
Greater Cleveland ranked as the 32nd largest metropolitan area in the United States.
Cleveland's economy relies on manufacturing, financial services, healthcare and biomedical.
Downtown Cleveland features diverse architecture dating from the 1850's to modern skyscrapers.
The House of Blues in the background is part of Cleveland's rich Rock & Roll musical history.
Nikki Green and Scott Stephens are standing on Rock & Roll Blvd in the "Heart of Rock & Roll".
There is no more fitting place for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame than the "Birthplace of Rock & Roll".
Cleveland DJ Alan Freed coined the phrase "Rock & Roll " on his Moondog Rock & Roll Radio Hour in the early 1950s.
This is the world's foremost museum devoted to the celebration and preservation of rock & roll music.
Inside, exhibits honor influential rock & roll artists, producers, engineers, and other notable figures.
For example, this exhibit displays costumes worn by the 1960's rock band, The Beatles.
One of Scott Stephens' favorite rock & roll bands is The Rolling Stones, honored in this exhibit.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame was established by Atlantic Records founder and chairman Ahmet Ertegun.
A photo of The Supremes, a 1960's singing group featuring Diana Ross, Mary Wilson and Florence Ballard.
Photos of lendendary rock & roll stars such as David Bowie and Jim Morrison.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is located on the shore of Lake Erie, in the background.
New artists are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at an annual induction ceremony.
Since opening in 1995, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has hosted more than 10 million visitors.
Despite having read the sign, Scott Stephens is still unsure about which way to walk.
A giant size guitar with artwork featuring pop-star Michael Jackson.
The infamous tour bus used by legendary country-music star Johnny Cash on all of his concert tours.
The tallest building in the state of Ohio, Key Tower, in the background behind Michael Vangerov.
The Great Lakes Science Center includes a visitor's center for the space exploration agency, NASA.
The Cleveland Browns Stadium is the appropriately named home of Cleveland's NFL football team.
The Cleveland Fire Fighters' memorial honors 77 brave Fire Fighters who gave their lives.
This sculpture in Willard Park is said to be the largest rubber stamp in the world.
The historic May Company building is on the left, with Terminal Tower rising in the background.
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument is a tribute to Civil War veterans from Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
The Flaming Ice Cube is a unique combination of a vegan bistro and a knitting boutique.
The Liquid Blue accoustic band concludes their 2012 visit to Cleveland, Ohio.