2007 "Supernova" World Tour
Liquid Blue performing on New Year's Eve in Beijing China.
This was the first broadcast of the new "all Olympic" TV channel, CCTV-5.
This concert kicked off the build up to the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.
Liquid Blue was featured along with some of China's biggest pop stars.
Liquid Blue was the only U.S. band featured at the event.
The concert was televised live and shown on four CCTV stations.
It was the band's biggest show ever in terms of international exposure.
CCTV had recently broadcast three other Liquid Blue shows, including one in the USA.
CCTV stands for China Central Television, the main television broadcaster in China.
The concert was held at the 8200 seat China Agricultural University Sports Arena.
This arena will host the Wrestling competition for the 2008 Summer Games.
Scott Stephens singing the Chinese song "Pong Yo" in the Chinese language.
BlueGirl Kristen Kelly holds a bouquet from an appreciative audience member.
The bands popularity has continued to grow over the years in China.
Liquid Blue was the first U.S. act to be signed to a Chinese record label.
Beijing is the 10th Chinese city the band has performed in as of 2008.
It was the band's third trip to China in 2007, and eighth since 2002.
Today's Chinese pop scene is similar in many ways to the 1950's and 60's in the USA.
Three days earlier, Liquid Blue performed at Hainan University in Haikou, China.
The stadium at Hainan University was packed with 35,000 Chinese music fans.
This was another gala event with no expense spared on the production.
This concert was also recorded and broadcast by CCTV.
Closer to home, Liquid Blue performs at Petco Park for the San Diego Padres.
Celebrating July 4th at Lake Murray near San Diego, California.
BlueGirls at the birthplace of Hershey's Chocolate in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Performing at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The band is in Las Vegas for the 7th year in a row.
A one-of-a-kind stage sits above Mandalay Beach.
Mandalay Beach is an 11-acre beach-like area at the resort.
The Beach Concert Series here spotlights some of the best names in music.
Liquid Blue on tour for Armed Forces Entertainment in Doha, Qatar.
The Top Off Club is the military venue at the Sayliaha Base in Qatar.
DJ Layla Loxa rides the crowed after stage diving in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Michael Vangerov and Scott Stephens rock Al Dhafra Air Base in the UAE.
Liquid Blue supporting the troops with music.
The 380th Air Expeditionary Wing enjoying the performance.
The lighters come out when Liquid Blue plays a ballad.
Rock music has the troops waving fists in the air.
Liquid Blue at the Starlight Club in Fujairah, UAE.
Armed Forces Entertainment welcomes Liquid Blue to Fujairah.
This performance was at Bagram Air Base near Kabul, Afghanistan.
DJ Layla Loxa stage dives backward into the cheering crowd.
The venue at Bagram Air Base is called the "Clam Shell".
The Clam Shell was filled to its maximum capacity for this show.
Steve Meade (left) played bass guitar on this AFE tour.
A sea of hands in the air beckon Kristen Kelly to stage dive.
Liquid Blue takes a bow during a standing ovation from the troops.
Hands are in the air and clapping to the beat.
The well-choreographed BlueGirls deliver the dancing entertainment.
The BlueGirls are a sure-fire way to boost almost any soldier's morale.
Michael's rock style guitar playing is also a favorite of the troops.
These guys get the coolest T-shirts with reflective wings.
This show was held at Manas Air Base near Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
The Guitar screams and hair is flung about wildly, pumping up the crowd.
The venue at Manas Air Base is called "Pete's Place".
This show was the highlight of our May 2007 Middle East tour.
There was an exchange of energy that cannot be conveyed with photos.
The troops needed and appreciated the entertainment.
The show was a rager; this photo speaks for itself.
Nikki Green sang "Welcome to the Jungle" for the encore.
Back home at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Southern California.
The band performs for Chinese Idol, called "Super Girl" in China.
Scott Stephens sings in Mandarin Chinese to the delight of the audience.
"Super Girl" made a tour stop in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 31st, 2007.
Liquid Blue was on the bill with some of the most famous Chinese Supergirls.
This 1950's themed event was at the Casa Del Prado in San Diego, California.
Scott Stephens singing at the legendary Cow Palace in San Fransisco.
Michael Vangerov plays one of his trademark behind the back guitar solos.
This was another Liquid Blue performance televised by CCTV.
The event is "Same Song Global Music Party".
"Same Song" has been a major Chinese event since 1993.
Michael Vangerov rocking on his custom guitar designed by Neal Moser.
The Cow Palace was completely sold out for the "Same Song" event.
The band performed to a packed house of 13,000 people.
The Cow Palace has hosted Elvis, the Beatles, Stones, Elton John, et cetera.
Liquid Blue played a both original music from Supernova and Chinese songs.
The show celebrated Chinese New Year, also called Spring Festival.
This sold out concert was just two weeks earlier in Sanya, China.
The Sanya Music Festival was another event celebrating Spring Festival.
The event production and lighting were of typical high Chinese standards.
The stage was set up outdoors and faced the beach.
Fireworks went off in the sky continuously during the show.
Millions of people saw Liquid Blue on CCTV throughout China.
Liquid Blue was the only band in the show from the USA.
This was the band's sixth major show in China.
Michael Vangerov playing a guitar solo behind his head.
Liquid Blue rocks Hainan Island.
Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, is China's biggest celebration.
There were simultaneous celebrations happening in all major Chinese cities.
On Valentine's Day, the band was in Dapitan City, Philippines.
The performance was Gloria de Dapitan, an outdoor venue and amusement park.
The guys rock the crowd at the first anniversary of the park's opening.
Now the girls have a turn to show off their talent and energy.
For the grand opening, the President of the Philippines was the honored guest.
For the 1st year anniversary, Liquid Blue was the official honored guest.
Goodnight everyone, now time for the after party!
Five days earlier, the band performed here in Dipolog City, Philippines.
This was a sold out crowd of 6,000 fans.
It was a historic event for the city, as one of their largest events ever.
The band played several tunes from Supernova, a few covers and two Filipino songs.
BlueGirl and DJ Layla Loxa, a native of Dipolog, instantly became a local hero.
The encore almost got out of hand as fans rushed the stage.
The lighting was not the best, but great sound filled the ABC Arena.
This arena has hosted Filipino stars such as Vina Morales and Randy Santiago.
Dipolog has about 120,000 residents, more than 5 percent of whom where here.
A local Filipino dance troop joins Liquid Blue on stage.
The dance troop had learned two of the band's dance routines.
Filipinos especially love ballads, but they liked to rock as well.
Back in San Deigo, Liquid Blue performs at the Town and Country.