Liquid Blue rocking the Coast Club at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino.
Lighting at the Coast Club and a great photographer produced high quality photos.
Lead male vocalist Scott Stephens sings while the BlueGirls dance behind him.
Guitarist Michael "The Grovler" Vangerov with his custom Moser guitar.
Lead Bluegirl Nikki Green behind the keyboard.
The Coast Club is packed and the BlueGirls deliver a solid performance.
From left to right: Gypsy Gina, Nikki Green, and Diana Ferrer.
Beau Rivage is a waterfront casino resort in Biloxi, Mississippi.
It is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International.
It was rebuilt and re-opened in 2006, a year after Hurricane Katrina
Drummer Angelo Frisina lays down the beat for the rest of the band.
The band (and a few others) in between sets at the Coast Club.
The BlueGirls have changed outfits for the second half of the evening.
Their new outfits are loosely based on Catholic schoolgirl uniforms.
These captions could talk about something else, but you wouldn't care...
Because you are looking at BlueGirls on stage in schoolgirl outifts.
Guitarist Michael Vangerov and vocalist Diana Ferrer.
Liquid Blue combines Rock & Roll with schoolgirl outifts for the win!
The Coast Club is a mild-mannered sports bar/restaurant by day.
It unbuttons and lets its hair down after dark, with hot live music and dancing.
The Coast Club website advises you to "check your inhibitions at the door".
Biloxi's casino history dates back to a period in the 1940s.
Open if technically illegal gambling took place at nearby Broadwater Beach Resort.
Open gambling ended during the 1950s.
The Mississippi Gulf Coast became known as the "Poor Man's Riviera".
It was frequented by Southern families interested in fishing expeditions during the summer.
Commercially, Biloxi was dominated by shrimp boats and oyster luggers.
In the early 1960s, the Gulf Coast again emerged as a vacation alternative to Florida.
Biloxi hotels hired foreign chefs to provide some of the best seafood cuisine in the country.
Legal gambling was introduced in Mississippi in the 1990s.
It became an important center for casinos that brought millions in tourism revenue to the city.
Drummer Angelo Frisina in his native environment, behind a drum kit.
Beau Rivage and the Hard Rock Hotel are among the more famous of the new casino complexes.
Liquid Blue waiting for their ride outside the Beau Rivage hotel.
Checking out the pool at the Beau Rivage resort.
The sun setting over the Gulf of Mexico.
Entrance to the Coast Club inside the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino.
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino was also hit by hurricane Katrina and lost some memorabilia.
Local residents returned Elvis Presley's Army uniform, found on a mannequin floating in the Mississippi.
Liquid Blue riding in style. Goodbye Biloxi Mississippi!