Kim Moberg at Tangletuit 2024

Indigenous award winning singer/songwriter Kim Moberg was born in Juneau, Alaska. Her rich vocals - influenced by singer/songwriters of the 1970s - have been described as “a blend of honey and whiskey” that gently guides listeners through her musical stories while her compositions tug at feelings of melancholy, heartbreak, healing and social consciousness. Kim teamed with Grammy-nominated producer Jon Evans to record three albums, all receiving world wide airplay and charting on both the Folk Alliance International Folk DJ and NACC radio charts. Kim’s latest project “The Seven Fires Prophecy Suite for Humanity” was released in 2023 and features songs that tie ancient Anishinaabe prophecies to our current social environment. Kim has received numerous recognitions including 2024 Folk Alliance International Official Showcase Artist, 2021 Great American Songwriting Contest Folk/Americana Finalist, and 2020 CT Folk Grassy Hill Songwriting Competition Winner.

Steve Gregory is a multi-instrumentalist who holds a Bachelors in Music/classical guitar from Rhode Island College and attended Berklee College of Music in Boston to study jazz composition. He started teaching at Score in 2006 and purchased the studio in 2013. Steve is the founder of the Cotuit Center for the Arts Ukulele Orchestra and UkeFest and is also the Saturday Service Music Director at West Parish Church in West Barnstable.

Julian Loida is an internationally touring percussionist, composer, and producer. He’s performed jazz, folk, and classical, collaborating with dancers, visual artists, songwriters/composers, and musicians of all stripes. The thirst to participate in and experience this range of sounds is partly a product of Loida’s synesthesia. Julian received his Master’s Degree in Classical Percussion from New England Conservatory and his Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Percussion & Performance from Indiana University’s Jacob’s School of Music. His internationally critically acclaimed third album “Giverny" was released in 2023.

Rain Date Policy: In the event of a cancellation due to weather the show will be rescheduled if possible. All ticket holders will be contacted directly.

Cotuit Center for the Arts is a smoke-free campus. Use of any vaping, tobacco, or smoking-related products is prohibited.


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