March 31st, 2020 8pm Stage 2
Join us for Rockwood LiveStream Concerts taking place on the Rockwood INSTAGRAM page.
All live streams can be found at @RockwoodMusicHall on Instagram Live, and all donations given will be split between the artist streaming, and the venue’s staff until we can reopen.
NOTE: You must be logged in and use Instagram to watch the feed, ON A MOBILE DEVICE. Instagram LIVE videos do not work on a desktop.
Please RSVP and consider donating, and we will keep you posted as more are confirmed and announced. All RSVPs will receive an email reminder 10 minutes before the set is scheduled to begin.
If you wish to donate in excess of $500, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the allocation of funds.
In the streaming era, when it proves more and more difficult for artists to find the support they need, independent singer-songwriter Liz Longley stands out as a singular exception. The Nashville-based musician has found a loving give-and-take with listeners. The bond she shares with her fans transcends the usual artist-fan dynamic, and never has this been more apparent than in the build-up to the release of her seventh studio album, Funeral For My Past. After extensive touring, Longley returned to Nashville to record her latest effort at Smoakstack Studio with 5x Grammy nominated producer, Paul Moak. She realized soon following the LP’s completion that it needed a home other than her former label Sugar Hill Records. The amicable split led to Longley gathering funds via Kickstarter to both purchase the rights to Funeral For My Past and cover promotion costs. Her fans quickly surpassed her original goal of $45,000, raising a shocking $150,000 and making Longley the fourth most-funded solo female musician on Kickstarter. Longley’s upcoming record is the perfect companion for the heavy-hearted, but can also soundtrack deliriously joyful moments. She navigates this emotional elasticity with an earthy, unmistakable voice while proving that positive steps forward in life, both personal and professional, start with letting go of the past.