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Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana - Dec. 12, 2014

Liquid Blue dance band about to rock the Indianapolis Union Station. The Indianapolis Union Station was the first union station in the world, opening in 1853. The nearby St. Elmo Steak House has been a landmark in downtown Indianapolis since 1902. The Main Hall of the Indianapolis Union Station with the stage on the right for Liquid Blue. During sound check, the band members prepare to provide a fantastic evening of entertainment. With all the settings dialed in, Liquid Blue is ready to rock the Indianapolis Union Station. The experienced party band starts the evening with classic and slower songs to seduce the guests. By the end of the concert, Liquid Blue is performing the latest high-energy Billboard hits.

Indianapolis, Indiana - Jun. 06, 2014

The BlueGirls are each a work of art, and fit in well at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. The art collection here comprises over 54,000 works from Africa, America, Asia and Europe. The museum is located on a 152-acre campus located just outside downtown Indianapolis. Many works of art are all over the campus, such as Barbara Hepworth's 1968 "Two Figures". Inside the museum, the Liquid Blue dance band is ready to perform some art of their own. Grammy-Award winning bassist Kevin Cooper knows a thing or two about art, that' for sure. Liquid Blue party band can make any venue bounce to their beat, even an art museum. Drummer Glenn "MannRaw" Frazier is a bit cornered, but he can play his way out of anything.

Indianapolis, Indiana - May 21, 2014

The Liquid Blue dance band is back in Indianapolis, with Indianapolis Union Station behind them. Indianapolis is the capital and the largest city of the U.S. state of Indiana. Opened in 1872, today Fire Station No. 2 houses the Indianapolis Fire Museum and Memorial. The Rathskeller is Indianapolis' oldest restaurant, having been in operation since 1894. The Rathskeller restaurant is locaged in the historic 19th century Athenaeum Building downtown. Located behind the building is an outdoor "Biergarten", where the band performed in 2012. BlueGirls can secretly fly, as this rare and controversial photo proves. Being able to fly may not be the only secret that the BlueGirls want to keep. The calm before the storm... the dance floor and stage all set and ready for the guests. Backstage, the BlueGirls are ready and looking beautiful, despite any secrets they may have. On stage at the Mavris Arts & Event Center, the Liquid Blue dance band brings the party. Michael Vangerov plays a solo on his guitar while the band lays down the beat. The Mavris Arts & Event Center is inside a renovated industrial building built in 1883. Inside a venue this old, the band's powerful sound might really bring the house down!

Indianapolis, Indiana - Aug. 14-15, 2012

Liquid Blue dance band is rocking another party behind The Rathskeller in Indianapolis, Indiana. The band plays hot songs that move the crowd from the dinner tables and onto the dance floor. Built in 1888, the Indiana State House is the state capitol building of the U.S. state of Indiana. Seeing this advertisement promoting music in Indianapolis, the band does their best to fit in. Eduardo Mendieta's "Dimensional Shadows" is one of 46 murals created for Super Bowl 46 in 2011. The Indianapolis Firefighters Museum's mission is to celebrate the history of central Indiana Fire Service. A statue of Indiana-born UCLA coach John Wooden surrounded by legs representing the players he coached. Lucas Oil Stadium is the home field of the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. At 34 floors and 376 feet, the Indianapolis JW Marriott is the tallest hotel in Indiana. Across from the Indianapolis Convention Center are curious and fun sculptures by Tom Otterness. Some describe these scuptures as cute, but nothing can compete with Gypsy Gina for most cuteness. This dance band sure likes to party, but Liquid Blue does not advise alcohol on motorcycles. Liquid Blue on the Marquis at the Rathskeller (either that or Friday's lunch special is named after them). The Murat Temple, owned by the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.

Indianapolis, Indiana - May 19-20, 2012

Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 at Rathskeller The afternoon scene at the "Biergarten " behind the famous Rathskeller in Indianapolis, Indiana. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 at Rathskeller As the sun sets, the stage lights up and Liquid Blue starts playing just the right cover songs. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 at Rathskeller Inside the lively Rathskeller bar and restaurant, Nikki Green flashes the peace sign. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 at Rathskeller Earlier that day, vocalist Scott Stephens and guitarist Michael Vangerov arrive at the Rathskeller. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 As usual, they had been out seeing the sights and absorbing the culture in this new city. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Both sports and music are big here, and the Lucas Oil football stadium is often used for concerts. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Another popular entertainment venue is the Murat Shrine, the largest Shrine temple in North America. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Bankers Life Fieldhouse is home of the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 America's first union station, built in 1888, is now a grand ballroom and conference center. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 The Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument has become an iconic symbol of Indianapolis. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Designed by German architect Bruno Schmitz, it took thirteen years to build, between 1888 and 1901. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Thousands of people filled these streets to celebrate when the monument dedicated to the common soldier. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Rising in the background behind Nikki Green and Scott Stephens is the historic Indiana State House. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Indiana Repertory Theatre began as a genuine repertory theatre, with cast in multiple shows at once. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Colts Grille celebrates the local football team with American comfort food, craft beer & cocktails. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum is located on the grounds of the famous racetrack. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 It is recognized as one of the most highly visible museums in the world devoted to auto racing. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 The collection includes over thirty Indianapolis 500 winning cars, and various other Indy cars. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Other exhibits reflect different forms of motorsports, passenger cars and general automotive history. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Also displayed are trophies, plaques and racing paraphernalia such as helmets, gloves, and driver's suits. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 The Spirit of America was the first of the modern record breaking jet-propelled cars of the 1960's. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Nikki Green gets a feel for what it is like to sit in the driver' seat of an Indy car. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the home of races like the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400. Liquid Blue Band in Indianapolis IN 2012 Seating around 235,000, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the highest-capacity sports venue in the world.