By Jeff Stolowitz
Miss Intent opens at the new Rock of Indigo Lakes a new concert venue in Daytona Beach.
Band members Missy Ten, the venerable virtuoso Mark Wood on Guitar, Chris Seymour on Bass, and the back beat by Patrick Roderick, didn't miss a note.
While Steve Boone, a Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Bass player from the 1960’s era band The Lovin' Spoonful, enjoyed the festivities, the music of Miss Intent entertained everyone.
The opening, promoted by Awake Late and most notably employee Amy Powers , was outstanding.
The concert venue will host music of all kinds said Tommy Curiale.
Acts will perform on an elevated platform overlooking the golf course facing West where gorgeous sunsets greet concert-goers.
Curiale, former drummer for the Johnny Winter Band, has a vision to build a stage at the end of the golf range and have outdoor concerts with grass seating.
An interesting mix of golf and a concert venue Behind Daytona.
For more information about upcoming events at Rock of Indigo, visit their home page.
The Local Report