Doin's - September 2020 (vol. 3, no. 2)

The Gift to Sing 

Sometimes the mist overhangs my path, 
And blackening clouds about me cling; 
But, oh, I have a magic way 
To turn the gloom to cheerful day— 
      I softly sing. 

And if the way grows darker still, 
Shadowed by Sorrow’s somber wing, 
With glad defiance in my throat, 
I pierce the darkness with a note, 
       And sing, and sing. 

I brood not over the broken past, 
Nor dread whatever time may bring; 
No nights are dark, no days are long, 
While in my heart there swells a song, 
       And I can sing. 

James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938) 

James Weldon Johnson, born in Florida in 1871, was a national organizer for the NAACP and an author of poetry and nonfiction. Perhaps best known for the song "Lift Every Voice and Sing," he also wrote several poetry collections and novels, often exploring racial identity and the African American folk tradition.  


I hope the first week of my favorite season finds you well and staying safe during the pandemic! 

There is nothing like Fall in New England and I've already started filling our kitchen with the aromas of my homemade
tomato, butternut squash and chicken soups
along with apple pastry and pie! 


I wanted to let you know about a few upcoming Virtual Online 
Live Stream Shows - 


Thursday, September 24rd at 3:00pm EST 

I'll be performing my song "Resist" at 

EARTHPEACE Gallery Talk 

Pre-Register Here: Pre-Register
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

5 minute video here: Earth Justice Video 

In the midst of global mass awakening to the reality of the climate emergency, and of the ecological and social injustice intertwined with it, how could art not be a crucial part of the story? Dozens of artists from Cape Cod and beyond share visions of EARTH JUSTICE. 

Cape Cod Community College and Higgins Art Gallery invite you to the EARTH JUSTICE SHOW. Meet the artists, explore the images, songs & stories mingled in this all-ages multi-media exhibit. 

The EARTH JUSTICE SHOW is about making art, peace and what John Lewis called “good trouble.” 

The show includes work by artists from four corners of the US, ranging in age from 7 to 87. It reflects the social and ecological "urgency of now," spotlighting the leadership of youth and vulnerable frontline communities. It is also a tribute to artpeacemakers' '80's roots in the movements for nuclear disarmament and environmental justice. 

From paintings, prints, photos and sculpture to handmade paper and "peace-torn" banners; from Zen calligraphy to Wampanoag flute songs and bead-weaving. EARTH JUSTICE charts the rising tide of awareness and resistance in defense of EARTH. It is as much a meditation as a cry from the heart and a call to action. 

Thursday, September 24rd at 9:00pm EST / 6:00pm PT 

Z.E.N. presents Grace Morrison and Kim Moberg 

Pre-Register Here: Pre-Register 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 


Sunday, September 27th at 7:00pm EST 

I'll be performing with a number of other artists for the 

Tribute Night - The Songs of 1990 presented by Club Passim 

Suggested donation: $15



Thursday, October 15th at 7:30pm EST 





Join Rose Garden Coffee House Performing Songwriter Winners  
KIM MOBERG (2018) 
for an evening of original songs and stories! 


Would you like to host a concert? 
It's super easy to host a private Virtual Zoom House Concert 
for your family and friends!  
If you would like to host a Virtual House Concert, 
drop me a note at 
and we can chat! 

In addition to attending live stream shows and hosting a Virtual House Concert,
another wonderful way to support artists is to purchase their recordings and merchandise! 

My cds "Above Ground" and "Up Around The Bend" are available for purchase (they make great gifts!)
on my website store here:  



Last, but not least...........If you are not registered to vote, I urge to 

It's easy!  
Just click here: REGISTER TO VOTE

Sending love and gratitude 
for your ongoing support! 


Sent from the traditional territory of the Indigenous Nauset and Wampanoag (People of First Light) Tribes


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