Kathy Moser - Music For A Better World!
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Kathy Moser - Music For A Better World!

Stanhope, New Jersey, United States | SELF

Stanhope, New Jersey, United States | SELF
Solo Americana Folk


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"Ride Horses" 1993
"Good Things" 1997
"Get Used to It" 2001
"Live From Godfrey Daniels" 2005
"Some 1 Like U" 2010



Kathy Moser is a songwriter, performer, teacher and social artist, working to bring positive change to the world through music. She performs and tours nationally.

Her new album Some 1 Like U is the engine for her Neutral's Not Enough Campaign, which is engaging her audience, green partners and her album sales to work together to offset 10X's the footprint of her album.

This will make the project "Oxygen Positive" rather than carbon neutral. She is hoping to inspire a friendly competition between businesses to see who can achieve the greatest offsets.

She has performed for the Sierra Club, NJ Audubon, Clearwater, Genesis Farms, The Willow School, , Transportation Alternatives, NE Natural Building Colloquium, Dancing Rabbit Eco Village, Ridge and Valley Charter School, Earthaven EcoVillage and the EcoVillage at Ithaca, among others.

Known for her poetic lyrics, driving guitar style and goofy stage presence, her environmental songs focus on the positive. Kathy believes that a sustainable life is a better life. She uses the platform of the stage to help educate her audiences about green buildings, energy efficiency and passive solar. Audiences leave her shows entertained and uplifted, thoughtful and motivated.

While touring the country in her 40MPG Honda Fit, she photographs progress on environmental issues and shares those with her fans.

Working with young people is one of Kathys passions. In 2003-2005 she and her audience together provided an annual scholarship for a teen to attend the NE Natural Building Colloquium to learn hands on about green building.

She gives workshops, artist residencies and concerts in a variety of educational and institutional settings. Her work encourages young people to find a place to make a positive contribution to their communities.

Before turning to music full-time in 1996, Kathy was one of the first people to do environmental education in a corporate setting, leading an environmental awareness team at Ciba-Geigy from 1990-1993. She was also the founder and director of Biking Is Kind to the Environment from 1991-1996.

As the promoter of the "Community Green Festival" in Peapack, NJ said "Kathy is the perfect performer for any green event!"

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