Thomas Suczek has composed and played piano and keyboards running the gamut from rock, classical, avant garde, fusion-smooth jazz, punk-new wave, blues, r&b, to straight-ahead jazz sipping and dining piano standards. He has been in groups with names such as The Who Knows, Phylum Porfira, Plant Kingdom, Bay 6, Sunsmoke, Nuance, Now!, The Numbers, Surface Music, and Point of Departure. He has performed or recorded with Martha Reeves, Bob McGrath's Sesame Street Show, David Benoit, Carlos Reyes, Abraxas: Greg Rolie, Neal Schon, Michael Carabello, Mike Shrieve, Alphonso Johnson. He has opened shows for B.B. King, Marian McPartland, Simple Minds, Bill Bruford, Robert Fripp, Dave Brubeck, Steve Smith's Vital Information, Parliament/Funkadelic, and Sammy Hagar, keyboarding for Gamma at the Ronnie Montrose Memorial Concert at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. He has played at the Concord Jazz Festival, and the Fillmore Auditorium. Keyboards in the Bay Area with The Fundamentals, as well as Ivory Coast singer and world music songstress Fely Tchaco, and master wine maker cum laude rocker, Robert Foley, and Kelly Park Big Band. He accompanies Antonia Venezia, Sue Lukito, and others. He plays solo piano at venues throughout the Bay Area, most regularly at the Gold Coast Grill on Park Street in Alameda, California. He has backed up The Four Aces. He teaches piano and keyboards, classical, jazz, rock, and harmony in Pleasant Hill, California.
He is currently recording keyboards and contributing to the arrangement of songs for University of Mars (Mike Greene, Bill Garvin, Jim Hilbun)