Kim Moberg opens for Greg Greenway

Born in the shadows of the now famous fallen statues of Richmond, VA, Greg Greenway moved to Boston for its rich Folk Music tradition. He has since become one of its most unique and superlative emissaries. Musically raised on the magically percussive right hand of Richie Havens, and the flowing lyricism of Eric Andersen, these seminal influences became the DNA of his own unique and continuing growth. He has blended them into a multi-instrumental, genre crossing style - the never-ending process of a musical omnivore.

He has played at such notable places as Carnegie Hall, he's been heard on NPR's All Things Considered and Mountain Stage. He considers the height of his achievements as having "Driving in Massachusetts" played on Car Talk.

His eight year collaboration with Pat Wictor and Joe Jencks as Brother Sun, reached thousands of fans with their intricate three part harmonies being heard in festivals and concert halls across the US and Canada. They produced two #1 CDs for the years of 2013 and 2016 on the Folk DJ list. His newest project with his beloved friend of 35 years, Reggie Harris, is a musical presentation on Race in America called Deeper Than The Skin. It is the bringing together of both of their stories, born three years apart, DNA passing through the same portal of Richmond, VA. One African-American, one White, together they convey a quintessential American story.


An evening of original music featuring Singer/Songwriters Chris LaVancher, Kim Moberg and Tom Smith!

A founding member of the Boston Area Coffeehouse Association (BACHA) the Linden Tree Coffeehouse, formed in 1985, has been located in the social hall of the Unitarian Universalist Church in downtown Wakefield. Annually there are about twelve acoustic music concerts featuring local and national singer-songwriters, playing a wide range of folk music from contemporary, traditional, bluegrass, and blues. Most of the performers can be heard on local folk radio station WUMB (91.9). * Complete information about each performer may be found in articles printed in The Wakefield Daily Item, Wakefield Observer, and the Middlesex East supplement to the Chronicle.

Many of the coffeehouse regular patrons come each month because of the wonderful talent, friendly atmosphere, fresh coffee, and homemade baked goods. There are two to three hours of live entertainment for about the price of a movie. Performers like playing in the Linden Tree because of the quality sound system and because of the great audiences who make it exciting for them. Each concert is more like a party where people of all ages meet and enjoy each other.


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