Singer-Songwriter Kathy Moser Hopes You’ll Carpool to her Friday, April 12 Old Stone CoffeeHouse Concert
BAPTISTOWN, N.J. – Kathy Moser, a songwriter/performer dedicated to bringing positive change through music, will take the stage Friday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m., at the Old Stone CoffeeHouse in Baptistown, New Jersey. That same day, before the evening's concert, Moser is set to do a preview between 1 and 3 p.m. on Chris Poh's WDVR radio program, Bleeker Street Cafe.
Moser’s songs – with themes including recovery, civic engagement, and the environment – reflect that drive for positive change. So does the way Moser manages her music career. Fans can opt to reduce their plastic use by purchasing her album Some 1 Like U with a download card instead of a CD. Moser also urges fans to share rides. Her audiences have carpooled more than 1,200 miles to her concerts.
Tickets are $12 plus processing fee online and $15 at the door. To purchase, visit www.hunterdonuu.org. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Moser traces her love of music and the Planet Earth back to Girl Scout camp and later the coffeehouse scene. She says she devoted one part of her career to “something a little more like rock.” After a while, though, she “missed her tribe” and migrated back to folk music. Some 1 Like U includes Moser’s own songs as well as covers of Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Peter Meyer and Death Cab for Cutie.
Old Stone CoffeeHouse concerts are held in a 200-year-old fieldstone church, home to the First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County (FUUFHC). It is located at the crossroads of Route 519 and Oak Summit Road, only a few miles from Frenchtown and the Delaware River. (GPS: 1 Oak Summit Rd., Frenchtown, NJ.)
Partial proceeds from the April 12 concert will benefit the Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN), a nonprofit 501(c)(3) membership organization. DRN works throughout the entire Delaware River Watershed (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York) and at the federal level on the issues, actions, regulations, legislation, policies, programs and decisions that impact the health of the Delaware River Watershed waterways and the ability to protect and restore them for the benefit of all.
All are welcome to services at the Old Stone Church. For more information about FUUFHC, visit www.hunterdonuu.org.