“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)
Kim Moberg was born in Juneau, Alaska, the daughter of
a classical pianist mother of Alaskan Native Tlingit descent
and a US Coast Guard veteran father from Kansas.
Music was the constant in Kim's childhood, helping her to
adjust to the frequent moves
associated with growing up in a military family.
At the age of 14, Kim began playing acoustic guitar
on a borrowed nylon 6 string. A few years later,
Kim taught herself to strum and finger pick
to her favorite songs by singer/songwriters of the 1970’s,
but debilitating stage fright kept her from pursuing
her own dream of becoming a professional performer.
In 2014, after a hiatus from music to raise her two daughters
with her husband, Kim set out to overcome her
stage fright and wrote her first song.
Kim's debut CD entitled "Above Ground”, celebrates the achievement of her goal to bring her music out of the basement.
“Above Ground”, produced by Grammy nominated
producer Jon Evans, was released worldwide in September 2017. Kim teamed again with Jon Evans to record her sophmore albumn “Up Around The Bend” consisting of 13 new original songs and one cover, Cliff Eberhardt’s “The Long Road”.
Kim's passionate and heartfelt vocals mesmerize listeners
while her compositions tug at feelings of
melancholy, heartbreak, healing and social consciousness.
* 2020 Folk Alliance International Scholarship Grantee
*2019 Finalist Blues & Roots Radio Song Contest
* Above Ground #23 Folk Alliance International Folk DJ Charts
2 songs in the Top 20 Category July and August 2018
* Winner: 2018 Rose Garden Coffee House
Performing Songwriter Competition
* 2nd Place: Linden Tree Coffeehouse
Winter Potpourri American Idol Folk
* 2017 Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA)
Suzi Wollenberg DJ Showcase performing artist
Kim's performance resume includes sharing the stage as opener and/or co-bill with numerous contemporary and established artists including: Jim Kweskin, Bill Staines, Kirsten Maxwell,
Ellis Paul,, Joe Jencks, Vance Gilbert, Catie Curtis, Cheryl Wheeler, Alice Howe, Liz Longley, Grace Morrison and Rod Abernethy.
Kim Moberg Wins Songwriter Competition
Kim Moberg To Present Concert 1717 Meetinghouse
Singing through Sadness by Joe Burns
Cape Cod Women's Festival 2017
PhotoBlog of Joshua Pickering photos,
Innocent Words Magazine & Records by Troy Michael