Mark Schulman, one of rock’s premiere drummers, is on tour with Pink and will make a San Diego stop on January 8th. Mark co-wrote “Arms of Love” with Scott Stephens and recorded the drums for “Making Up”, both for the Supernova album. During the Supernova sessions, Mark was Cher’s drummer. He later joined Velvet Revolver and now is Pink’s drummer. He has also performed with Destiny’s Child, Sheryl Crow, Billy Idol and many others. Visit http://www.markschulman.net or http://www.myspace.com/markydrumz for more information.
The International Music Awards has presented Liquid Blue and producer David DeVore a gold record for the song REAL. The song won “Best Production” at the IMA and Liquid Blue won a Top-5 award for BEST BAND.
The San Diego Chargers just completed their best season ever at 14-2 and take on the New England Patriots on Sunday, Jan 14th at Qualcomm Stadium. Game time is 1:30. Liquid Blue will hit the stage at 10 AM and perform until 1 PM, section F2. The Chargers will also hold a playoff rally on Wednesday, Jan 10th featuring the band P.O.D., who will perform on the same stage as Liquid Blue. Go Chargers! Note: Chargers classic blue & gold logo (left) was used 1961 to 1973.
Liquid Blue lead vocalist Scott Stephens has been helping to train new skaters and training himself with the World Champion Bay Bombers. The Bombers will take on the San Diego Firebirds in the 2007 ARSD season opener in Escondido, although Scott will be unable to skate due to a Liquid Blue performance the same night. Scott skated four years in Roller Games with the Los Angeles
In February, Liquid Blue returned to the Philippines for the first time since 1997. The band performed a sold-out concert at 6000 seat Andres Bonifacio College in Dipolog City. Several songs from Supernova received heavy airplay in Dipolog. The city of Dipolog is hosted the event and will presented a parade with a motorcade in the bands honor the day of the concert. This was a historic moment for the city of Dipolog (pop. 100,000), as this was the first time a band from outside the Philippines has
Liquid Blue made another trip to China in February during Chinese New Year / Spring Festival. The band performed at the opening ceremony of the Sanya Music Festival on Hainan Island in the city of Sanya on February 17th. The concert was carried live by CCTV, China’s #1 network and was viewed by millions. This is the third trip to China for Liquid Blue, who first performed in Dalian, China in 2002. The band also performed in Shanghai in 2005. Photos from Sanya Concert.
Open Record Book has certified that Liquid Blue has performed in more countries (89 to date) than any other band in history. The record was set several years ago when Liquid Blue passed the Rolling Stones, who, at the time, had visited 39 countries.
Rhythm of Love has captured another honor as the song was nominated for the 2007 Golden Kayak Award by Independent Artists Company. The song was also the VH1 Song of the Year for Aug 2004 in the dance category.
Liquid Blue performed to a capacity crowd (13,000) at the world famous Cow Palace on Sat, March 3rd. The Cow Palace has played host to the Beatles, Elvis, Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead and many others. It was the former home of the NBA Golden State Warriors, NHL San Jose Sharks and Bay City Bombers of Roller Derby. The concert was televised on CCTV-3 and available on
Record Holders Republic has certified that Liquid Blue has performed in more countries (89 to date) than any other band in history. The band will break it’s own record next month as they tour more new countries in Eastern Europe.