At Kauffman Stadium singing the national anthem, Alex Woods, Nikki Green, and Layla Loxa.
Arriving at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
This is how we roll.
Kauffman Stadium is home to the Kansas City Royals of American League baseball.
The stadium opened April 10th 1973 when the Royals won over the Texas Rangers.
It is a part of the Truman Sports Complex, together with Arrowhead Stadium for football.
Today, the Royals will be playing the Texas Rangers again, just like the Stadium's opening day.
This time the Texas Rangers defeated the Royals, 5 to 4.
Nikki Green gets a shot with celebrity actor Peter Falk of the TV crime drama "Columbo".
Nikki and Layla try their luck as Kansas City street performers.
Live music venues can be found throughout the city.
Nikki Green shows her talents to the locals.
Kansas City Jazz is a style of jazz music that developed during the 1930s
It marked the transition from the structured big band style to the improvisation style of Bebop.
From left to right: Alex Woods, Scott Stephens, Michael Vangerov, Paul Casey, and Nikki Green.
Nikki Green is an experienced party professional, but you can still try this at home.
Scott and Layla with a cardboard cut-out of Peewee Herman.
The Liberty Memorial houses the official World War I museum of the United States.
An accoustic performance at Unity Village, world headquarters of Unity School of Christianity.
Artwork and lyrics for the Liquid Blue song "Real" being projected behind the performers.