A breathless NBC interviewer asks Nikki, "What is it like to perform for 65,000 people?"
"Its pretty incredible," replied Liquid Blue vocalist Nikki Green.
Liquid Blue drawing a crowd as the first non-Filipino band to ever perform in Dipolog, Philippines.
The BlueGirls are mobbed while trying to enter the Liquid Blue motorcade and depart the scene.
Everywhere the band went in the Philippines, there were fans seeking autographs and photos.
These kids had to wait several hours for Liquid Blue's two minute appearance.
Dipolog has about 120,000 residents. More than 5 percent of them attended the sold-out show.
A similarly enthusiastic welcome met the band at their performance in Dapitan, Philippines.
In Sanya, China, young Muslim fans pose with lead male vocalist Scott Stephens.
Signing autographs for excited European fans at Beatles Cafe in Minsk, Belarus.
Beatles Cafe owner Victor Morozevitch also hosts a Beatles festival annually.
DJ Layla Loxa signs a soldier's T-shirt during an Armed Forces Entertainment tour.
Happy troops with the BlueGirls at Bagram Air Base near Kabul, Afghanistan.
After the USO show, the troops line up to meet the band and get autographs.
Scott Stephens and Michael Vangerov of "Two from Blue" interviewed by the media.
The duo is at Manger Square in Bethlehem, Palestine, just before Christmas Eve.
Michael and Scott were a popular and frequent interest for interviewers of all faiths.
May peace and freedom be the future of Bethlehem and all of Palestine.
Liquid Blue greets music fans at pre-concert red-carpet event in Haikou, China.
This visit the band would play for 35,000 Chinese music fans at Hainan University Stadium.
The BlueGirls meet fans waiting outside a full day before the event at sound check.
Scott Stephens (far) and Steve Mead (near) shake hands with eager music fans.
"Goodbye for now, we'll see you tomorrow at the concert, we love you all!"
Fans recognize Scott Stephens after the Haikou event was televised by CCTV all over China.
Michael "The Grovler" Vangerov mobbed by giddy Filipino girls at a school in Dipolog City.
Nikki Green intently signing autographs to the delight of fans in the crowd gathered around her.
Fans were there with city officials to welcome the band upon our arrival at the Dipolog airport.
BlueGirl Kristen Kelly signs an autograph while excited Filipino youngsters look on.
Troops with high morale line up to meet the band after an AFE / USO show in Afghanistan.
Billboard Charts aside, he true litmus test of success for any band is squealing teen girls.
Bassist Rodolfo "Rudy" Manzano signs autographs and gets his full share of attention.
Michael Vangerov and Scott Stephens are trying to wade through a sea of fans.
The guys realize they are not making progress, and stop to sign autographs instead.
Visiting another group of excited students before the band's historic Dipolog concert.
Scott Stephens escaping the roaring furor to the relative quiet inside the Liquid Blue motorcade.
Michael Vangerov trying to explain that he loves everyone, but has to close the door now.
The BlueGirls with a bouquet of balloons showing appreciation from fans in Dipolog City, Philippines.
Billboards promoted Liquid Blue all over Shanghai, band members can be seen waving from the window.
Liquid Blue poses next to a large sign promoting their 2005 show in Shanghai, China.
The city of Shanghai was plastered with Liquid Blue in the build up before the sold-out shows.
Filipina DJ Layla Loxa poses in front of a Liquid Blue billboard in Dipolog, Philippines.
Billboard promoting a Valentines Day show at Gloria de Dapitan, an outdoor venue and amusement park.
Liquid Blue and DJ Layla Loxa have now gathered a huge following in her native country.
The BlueGirls riding in style while leaving the Philippines as fans trail behind the motorcade.
Signing autographs for delighted yet respectful Chinese girls in Shanghai, China in 2005.
Bouquets of flowers are frequently used in China to express audience appreciation during a performance.
Liquid Blue amongst the cheerful and happy faces of young fans. What could be more uplifting?