that tug at feelings of melancholy, heartbreak, and healing.
Her original songs speak to reunion, awakening and social consciousness.
2018 Rose Garden Coffee House
Performing Songwriter Competition
"I had the honor last night of being a judge again in the
Rose Garden Coffeehouse Songwriter Competition.
Congrats to Kim Moberg who really shone bright last night.
She will be a songwriter to watch in the coming years!
Great songwriting, delivery, musicianship, topics,
comfort on the stage and with her audience."
-Robert Haigh, Judge, 2018 Rose Garden Coffee House Songwriter Competition
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“I just want to give you a great big hug!! This is such an honest and earnest cd!”
-Cat Wilson, The Cheap Seats, Ocean 104.7 Hyannis, MA
“I thought your showcase was one of the finest I saw during NERFA and I love the CD I received. I am playing a track this week and I am sure many more in the weeks to come.”
-Ron Olesko, Traditions
WFDU, Teaneck, NJ
"Kim Moberg has created a project that features not only her lovely voice but a songwriting style that can easily transition from the gentle americana-tinged ballads to thoughtful protest songs. "Above Ground" is well worth a listen!"
-Joe Pszonek Radio Nowhere | Joltin Joe Pszonek Finnegan's Wake
"They say that music cures all ills and has a way of uplifting the soul when it is down.
The very first time I heard Kim Moberg at the NERFA 2017
Suzi Wollenberg Folk DJ showcase, that very thought came to mind.
Kim has a way of uplifting the spirit when it's down and filling one's heart and mind
with hope. She is a fresh voice on the scene and definitely
wows a crowd. The world is a much brighter place with Kim Moberg.
Listen to Kim's music and you'll be smiling, too."
-Jon Stein, Hootenanny Cafe, WTBQ Orange County, NY
Kim has performed on numerous stages, house concerts, festivals, features and
music series events throughout the New England region including:
Club Passim, Rose Garden Coffee House Amazing Things Arts Center,
Linden Tree Coffee House, First Fridays at First Coffee House,
South Shore Folk Music Club/The Beal House,
Soule Homestead, Cape Playhouse, Liberty Hall,
Off The Common Coffee House, Javawocky Coffee House,
The Spire Center for Performing Arts, Cotuit Center for the Arts,
Plimoth Plantation, Aselton Park, Mashpee Commons Bandstand,
Tilden Arts Center, Cahoon Museum of American Art,
Rhode Island Songwriters Association Showcase events
"Goodbye To Yesterday" (©2014)
Northeast Regional Folk Alliance 2017 (NERFA)
Recorded by Your Heaven Audio (yourheaven.net)
“Kim Moberg combines a lovely voice with a deep insight into the human experience.
Her songs evoke genuine emotional responses in the listener, as she carries on the acoustic folk tradition in the 21st century. ”
— Nick Noble, host of THE FOLK REVIVAL, WICN (Worcester Public Radio)
Club Passim Memorial Day campfire. festival 2018
(pc: Matt Smith)
"Be it instrumental or vocal, there's a haunting quality to Kim Moberg's music.
Melancholic melodies and stories of separation and reunion are Moberg's songwriting staples, and mark her as an upcoming artist."
-Joe Burns, Independent Reporter
"We are starting off this introduction of Singer/Songwriter Kim Moberg with a song called “The Call” because it sets the tone of reaching beyond, both spiritually and individually, to face challenges that all dreams demand we rise to.
The sweet sadness she sings is gentle and insistent as the incoming tide."
-Colette O'Connor, Notes From Northeast,
New England Women Songwriters KZUM-FM
“Kim Moberg has a uniqe and conscientious
voice that envelopes you in her
wisdom with her heart-song.
Her timeless voice channels ancestral spirit
with modern melodies to create a union
that connects the navel with the umbilical cord
to the Mother Earth”
-Pandora Peoples, Host of "HEALING WISDOM", WOMR (Outermost Radio)