Over the past few years, Liquid Blue has become one of the busiest bands in the country. This year at the start of 2003 the band had already scheduled over 150 shows. Several of Southern California’s hottest venues currently book the band monthly or bi-monthly. These include: Misty’s in Ontario, Costas in Palm Springs, Viejas Casino in Alpine, Fogerty’s in Escondido and the Boar Cross’n in Carlsbad.
Liquid Blue performed on NBC’s Morning Show on Sunday, January 12th at 7:00 a.m. The band did several original songs and two interviews. The show was aired live.
The BlueGirls made a promotional appearance at the NAMM show (National Association of Music Merchants) in Anaheim, California, January 16-19. Liquid Blue has several sponsors who participated in the show including Sabine.
Three members of the Coasters joined Liquid Blue on stage at the Sahara Casino in Las Vegas for a powerful rendition of Mustang Sally. The Coasters were the very first band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Liquid Blue performed the finale show which capped a week of first rate entertainment for the lucky folks at Wells Fargo, Inc. Other performers included Kenny Loggins and Cher. Liquid Blue performed using Cher’s production, sound and lights.
A fire ravaged through Fogerty’s Pub the morning of April 4th. Fogerty’s was a regular stop for Liquid Blue when the band was in San Diego. Liquid Blue played the very last weekend at the club less than one week before the unfortunate event and had performed at the club one weekend a month for the past several years.