Boise is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Idaho.
The band in front of Boise City Hall.
The Boise metropolitan area is estimated to have 585,207 inhabitants.
Downtown is Boise's cultural center and home to many small businesses and several high-rises.
The area has an array of shopping, dining, and entertainment choices.
It is home to many streetside cafes, bars and boutiques, and supports a lively night life.
Boise also has a thriving performing arts community.
It is a regional hub for jazz and theater.
The Gene Harris Jazz Festival is hosted in Boise each spring.
The band in front of a sign that reminds "hunger affects everyone".
Diana Ferrer capitalizes on an opportunity to tickle Scott Stephens.
Boise's climate is characterized as a semi-arid climate with four distinct seasons.
Boise experiences hot and dry summers, but winters are cold.
Liquid Blue with All-Star basketball player Bill Walton, all four of these people are standing.
Gina and Diana would like to emphasize: "Well behaved women seldom make history".
Twig's Cellar is a basement wine cave in the middle of downtown Boise.
Liquid Blue celebrates as Earth Passport first hits the Billboard Charts.
This marked the beginning of Earth Passport's 10 weeks run on the Billboard Charts.
The band performed shows in different cities (and usually states) almost every week.
Earth Passport is the band's first song to reach the Billboard Charts.
The long awaited achievement led to lots of parties and celebrations along the way.
Members of Liquid Blue playing an accoustical set at Dry Creek Mercantile.
Enjoying some wine in nearby Bend, Oregon.
Bend started as a logging town but now acts as a gateway for many outdoor sports.
Today the Dry Creek Mercantile is a unique general store and eatery.
Liquid Blue rock band in Hidden Springs, Idaho.