By Jeff Stolowitz
Thursday's are usually reserved for quiet time before the weekend here at Behind Daytona. However while driving my late night UBER shift a request came through from "Mark" on Seabreeze it was 3AM. I knew who I was picking up, and chuckled. Mark Rosenthal, a friend now manages the strip of the Seabreeze Entertainment district.
Mark informed me that Thursday night this past week was going to be packed with great music, he didn't lie.
5 Time Shag, Pulp Free Fiction, Michael Makepeace, Dellacoma and Days to Come.
He was absolutely correct.
Lets start with 5 Time Shag a popular Local Band fronted by Scotty and backed up by incredible musicians Giullio, Eric and Patsy on the Kit, the smallest drum kit we have seen with the largest sound you ever heard.
Next up at what I call Ricks Incubator, "The Patio" was Pulp Free Fiction. A new young band about to break out and hit the muzic scene here in Daytona.
You could smell the Ganja coming out of the notes played by the guitar, just hot.
Ok so this was then followed by the Band "Days to Come" out of Albany Georgia. Hard driving rock led by vocalist Justin Goodson. The presence on stage is raw, biting and something we have not seen here in Daytona for some time. They have opened for some great bands including Saliva who are set to appear at Main Street Station Labor Day.
The headliner this night was "Delacoma"
This was just kick ass stuff as the band features the former guitarist from Shinedown, Justin Todd and on the Drums and Keyboards Jarrod Medwin a consumate proffesional.
The performance was just what you would hope for. Loud, Tight, Driving, Energetic and Deep.
The Rok Bar and the Entertainment that comes out of it has come of age.
I look forward to years of great music.
Thanks and hats off to Mark Rosenthal and Richard Kitt great supporters of local Live Music
5 Time Shag
Days to Come
Pulp Free Fiction