Reuters Newswire in Times Square
Liquid Blue’s world record was acknowledged in New York City at Times Square on January 11th, 2011.
7 continents, 100+ countries and over 500 cities…(at that time).
Music has been the vehicle that has taken the members of Liquid Blue on an unprecedented journey around the world. The band has played clubs, arenas and even stadiums in Asia & Europe in support of their original music. Touring in the USO program has taken the band to the Middle East and military bases worldwide. The group has even performed aboard cruise liners in places such as the Caribbean and elsewhere.
Viewing The Tour Photos and How To Use This Page
Scroll down and you will find a list of every country, state and city Liquid Blue has visited along with links to photos, both on stage and off stage. The cities section (part II on separate page) provide direct links to photos from every city the band has visited, in order, from 1996 to the present. The list of countries (just below) has links to the “country page” with a list of cities and links to photos. Photos are always contained on city pages.
Liquid Blue has performed in every imaginable venue, from stadiums to street corners. Here is a list of the types of venues the band has performed at: Stadiums, Arenas, Theaters, Amphitheaters, Casinos, Fairs & Festivals, Night Clubs, Cruise Ships, Military Bases, Hotels, Prisons, Churches and even a few Coffee Shops. See our list of public venues.
What is a country?
In political geography and international politics a country is a geographical entity, a territory, most commonly associated with the notions of state or nation. In common usage, it is used casually in the sense of both “nation” and “state”. Definitions may vary. There are dozens of non-sovereign territories which constitute geographical countries, but are not sovereign states. Several states have overseas dependencies, with territory and citizenry separate from their own. They are sometimes listed together with states on lists of countries.
Note: Each and every country listed in the above table is listed as either a “country” or “nation” on many official lists. All countries that we’ve also listed as territories are not recognized by the United Nations as states but many are still recognized as countries due to portions of self-government. All are considered “nations”.
A nation is a ‘set of people with a common identity who have formed a nation-state or usually aspire to do so. In this sense of country, the reference is more likely to be to a group that supposedly shares a common ethnic origin, language, religion, or history (real or illusory). The term has become synonymous with ‘country’ where nations without sovereignty (that is, nations that are not states) have aimed to identify themselves on the same terms as sovereign states.
Four of the constituent parts of the United Kingdom, which itself may be considered a country in the sense of this article, are called first order administrative areas and sometimes referred to countries in their own right: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Northern Ireland is also sometimes referred to as a province of the United Kingdom.
Note: Both the UK and it’s constituent countries can be considered “countries”.
Although Yugoslavia is no longer a nation, Liquid Blue visited the area when it was still “The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia” (1992-2003). Prior to that, Yugoslavia was a nation with various official names since 1918, all of which contained the name, Yugoslavia.