2001 "Music To Move You" World Tour (126 Shows)
Liquid Blue dance band supports the troops. (Photo taken in Escondido in 2000.)
In March of 2001 the Liquid Blue was rocking U.S. military bases overseas.
The BlueGirls perform the National Anthem before a sober and attentive crowd.
Then the rock-n-roll starts and the soldiers can let off a little steam.
This concert was at Prince Sultan Airbase, outside of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
By nightfall the place with packed with dancing and cheering soldiers.
The 4 week tour took the band to 5 countries in Southwest Asia and Africa.
These included Egypt, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Kuwait.
The audience screams with hands in the air for Liquid Blue in Al Jabar, Kuwait.
A smaller crowd of appreciative U.S. troops at Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait.
Liquid Blue brings the soldiers much needed entertainment and real fun.
This tour also saw the first of many stage dives of some BlueGirls!
Back at home with her feet on the ground, Nikki Green sings for a music video.
Laser lights add more visual dynamics to the band's already superb audio.
This video was filmed at Southwestern College and Qualcomm Stadium, California.
BlueGirl vocalist Nikki Green already well on her way to being a star.
The dance and cover band has grown to include seven musicians.
Ike Fifield is now on bass guitar, and that's Tim Breech on drums.
Liquid Blue performing at Qualcomm Stadium in June of 2001.
The event is KGB's Sky Show, the renowned rock & roll fireworks show.
In August, Liquid Blue is back on the AFE / USO military circuit.
The band rocks the troops in five European countries from August 8th - 24th.
The BlueGirls with hair flying everywhere as they dance wildly together.
The troops like Scott and Michael too, just not quite as much.
A bad soldier gets a well deserved spanking.
"Tell everyone you'll be a good soldier from now on!"
The band visited Belgium, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia & Bosnia/Herzegovina.
Michael Vangerov has everyone's attention with his rocking guitar solo.
What more could a soldier want? Oh yeah, girls dancing around the guitarist!