Night-In With The Music Hall is a curated, livestream concert series on Wednesdays at 6pm. The program features an eclectic mix of extraordinary musicians in the acoustic, blues, folk, jazz, rock, and singer-songwriter musical genres. The series relies on donations as a way to help both The Music Hall and the Artists who bring us together and enrich our lives with song.

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Allan Block • Betsy Harding • BMW of Westchester • Clockwork Records • Jenny & Kiran Batheja • Jill Greenspan
Jonathan Asch • Meryl Allison • Michael Ivan Shanker • Phil Tretiak • Rivertown Rose • Rock Island Sound • Tarry Tech

01/15/21 at 7PM: Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche

Live From The Music Hall Stage

Lucy, daughter of singer-songwriters Loudon Wainwright III, a Grammy Award winner, and Suzzy Roche, who, along with her sisters (Lucy’s aunts) Maggie and Terre Roche, made up the vocal group The Roches, known for their original harmonies.

01/20/21 at 7PM: Walter Parks

Free Livestream Concert From Our Stage

“Walter Parks is an extraordinary singer whose songs can break your heart as well as get you dancing. Lyrical and political, personal and otherworldly at the same time, transcendent as well as down to earth, Walter is a musical treasure, an artist of the highest caliber. To hear him is to be lifted into a mystical sphere. I adore him.” – Judy Collins

01/23/21 at 6PM: Director’s Cut Film Premiere, “Please Call Home, The Big House Years”

A Music Hall Exclusive

Please Call Home: The Big House Years, directed by road manager and renowned photographer Kirk West, tells the story of the early days of Allman Brothers Band: their music as it was evolving from their fraternity, their own relationships all solidified by The Big House, their time spent in, and out of this central sanctuary. Seamlessly woven with rare, archival, and contemporary footage, interviews with bandmembers and others in their closely-knit circle, the film delivers access and insight into the factors that nurtured the bonding of the original lineup, their families and friends, and provides an intimate picture of a key period in the group”s evolution and ultimately, the unity at the heart of the Allman Brothers Band’s music. 

2/3/21 at 7PM: Matt Sucich

Live from the Music Hall Stage

Matt Sucich writes songs mostly with a pen and sings them always with his mouth. His last name is pronounced Sue.Sitch. “Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself” is his new LP, and will be available early in 2021. The first single, See You Soon, is available now!
Here’s a very nice thing that Adam Duritz, from Counting Crows, once said about Matt:
“Matt Sucich is my favorite New York Songwriter. The way he writes, the detail of it, and the effortless brilliance of his guitar playing.”

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) or maybe you haven’t.
“Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself” is the follow up to Sucich’s 2018 multisplatnum* LP, Thousand Dollar Dinners. His songs are pretty cool sounding, you should listen to them. One time Jim James came to a show.

*Multisplatinum is not an actual music industry metric. It’s a made up word.

01/27/21 at 7PM: Director’s Cut Film Premiere, Anne Carpenter & Peter Calo, Performing the songs of Paul Simon & Joni Mitchell

Live From The Music Hall Stage

Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon, two songwriting giants, created some of the most endearing and lasting music of our time. Peter Calo and Anne Carpenter visit their immense library of music. Performing classics as well as deep tracks alike. Join Anne and Peter for an intimate and informal evening of great music. Peter Calo has been Carly Simon’s guitar player and backing vocalist, musical director and occasional producer and even song collaborator for the last 20 plus years.
“Peter Calo is the musician you meet early in your career and all of a sudden you’re 70 years old and you’re lucky enough to still be playing and writing with him. This album shows his ability to merge styles and introduce new structures and harmonies with himself singing lead vocals. Always an inspiration and always quite surprising. Life sure does shine bright on an ordinary day!! Oh, wait a second, I think he wrote that!!”
Carly Simon
[Peter is ]”one of the most engaging performers in the biz”
“Time Out” London

Peter Calo has performed and/or recorded with such diverse artists as, Dionne Warwick, Queen Latifah, Willie Nelson, Hall and Oates, Sophie B. Hawkins, Andrea Bocelli, Jimmy Webb, Kris Kristofferson, Leonard Bernstein, Marc Shaiman, Julie Taymor, Lesley Gore, Crash Test Dummies, Harvey Fierstein and more. Anne Carpenter, is a bright star on the Westchester music scene. Anne, a singer/songwriter who has had her songs recorded by such artists as Sloan Wainwright.

2/6/21 at 6PM: Alex Cano

Live from the Music Hall stage

Alex Cano is a Folk/Alternative Rock solo artist from South Salem, NY. Alex has been studying music since the age of 5. He began his professional music career as a drummer in his mid teens. He has since performed nationwide with numerous projects/artists from the NYC, Hudson Valley, and Central New York regions. Eventually falling in love with songwriting, Alex took up voice/guitar and began crafting his own original music.

Alex’s sound comes from an eclectic array of influences. His music has been described as a cross between energetic alternative rock, and reflective folk/roots rock with elements of outlaw and alt/country. His baritone voice has been compared to singers such as Jim Morrison, Johnny Cash, and Eddie Vedder. Most significant musical influences include bands and artists such as Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Chris Stapleton, Jamestown Revival, The National, The Band, Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Johnny Cash, and Kris Kristofferson.

Alex’s debut album “Every Rise of the Sun” was released June 25, 2019 and is available on all digital platforms. He is currently on a North American tour to support the record.