April 3rd, 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 to discuss the allocation of funds.

Matt Sucich

Here’s a very nice thing that Adam Duritz from Counting Crows said about Matt Sucich recently:
"Matt Sucich is my favorite New York Songwriter. The way he writes, the detail of it, and the effortless brilliance of his guitar playing.”

Matt Sucich writes songs mostly with a pen, and sings them always with his mouth. His last name is pronounced ’Sue-Sitch’ and people often show how much they like his songs by comparing him to other popular artists. His new record is called "Thousand Dollar Dinners "and is comprised of singles that speak to everyone from the heartbroken (“Back at Zero”) and the nihilistic (“Saturn”), to the indecisive (“I Want Everything”) and the hopeful (“Patient Man”). “Thousand Dollar Dinners” will be released in full on March 5th, but you can hear most of it now wherever you listen to music.

In addition to countless live performances in NYC over the years, Matt Sucich has appeared at Willie Nelson’s Heartbreaker Banquet in Luck, TX, Firefly Music Festival in Dover, DE, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, TN and Newport Folk Festival in Newport, RI. Matt has also played support for/shared the stage with The Lone Bellow, Lucius, Rachael Yamagata, Lake Street Dive, Levon Helm and many others. Maybe you've heard Matt’s 2016 single “Montauk” (a favorite of the ever mysterious Spotify algorithm) on several curated playlists, or maybe you haven’t. Don’t worry it’s not going anywhere.

Thanks for reading a little about Matt Sucich. If you want more you can find him, and his dog, on the internet at

We hope you enjoy the music.