2003 "Music To Move You" World Tour (116 Shows)
Liquid Blue performs for the NBC Morning Show in San Diego, California.
Five BlueGirls on stage at the Sahara Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
It can never hurt to have a couple of extra BlueGirls, just in case!
Liquid Blue on stage with Rock&Roll Hall of Fame legends, The Coasters.
The band was at the Sahara Casino in Las Vegas all that week.
The largest manifestation of Liquid Blue is called "Big Blue".
Big Blue includes the usual members, such as guitarist Michael Vangerov.
This larger production adds various musicians for up to 20 performers.
The venue here is the Marriott Resort in Phoenix, Arizona.
BC Jean has joined the BlueGirls and is dancing on the far right.
This corporate event is for the lucky folks at Wells Fargo.
Big Blue performed the finale show capping a week of 1st rate entertainment.
BlueGirl Leader Nikki Green projected onto an overhead screen.
Other performers included Kenny Loggins and Cher.
Big Blue performed using Cher's production, sound and lights.
A full stage of entertainment, Big Blue is perfect for large productions.
Horns, strings, percussion, a Sitar, and/or a Tabla can join the fun.
Scott Stephens leading the band from his double-layered keyboard.
Tim Breech keeping everyone in perfect time with his drumming.
Nikki Green singing as the lead female vocalist of Big Blue.
Michael Vangerov explores his hat fetish at Qualcomm Stadium.
Liquid Blue gets baseball fans riled up before a San Diego Padres game.
BC Jean (far right) performs with the BlueGirls in Fresno, California.
Liquid Blue performed two shows in Papette, the capital city of Tahiti.
World champion bodysurfer, BlueGirl and DJ Layla Loxa dances in Papette.
This photo may explain why 3500 fans came out to witness the 2nd performance.
Scott Stephens energizing sports fans again at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
The 2003 Race Across America started 10 days earlier in San Diego, California.
Nineteen cyclists had set out on a spiritual and physical journey.
It is among the best-known and longest annual endurance events in the world.
The bicycle race ended 2,922 miles later in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Cyclist Allen Larsen finished the race in just under 9 days for the win.
Liquid Blue was there to celebrate the completion of the 2003 Race Across America.
Rocking Oceanfest for the U.S. Surfing Championships in Oceanside, California.
Padres Street celebration at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
Excited sports fans dance to the beat of Liquid Blue.
The view from out in the crowd during a slow song.
Liquid Blue entertaining guests of the world famous Greenbrier luxury resort.
The Greenbrier is an AAA Five Diamond resort in White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia.
A total of 26 U.S. Presidents, both former and current, have stayed at The Greenbrier.
Liquid Blue entertained some 3000 or more distinguished dancing guests.
For the 3 year in a row, the band performed New Year's Eve on the Las Vegas strip.
This year Liquid Blue performed two shows at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino.
BlueGirls in sparkling gowns, and Scott Stephens looking snazzy in a three-piece suit.
Guitarist Michael Vangerov has finally found the right hat.