Music for Recovery in London! 

MUSIC FOR RECOVERY heads to London! 

Are you headed to ICAAD May 6-8th?  
We'd love to catch up with you there!  

Music for Recovery Founder Kathy Moser is honored to have been invited to contribute to ICAAD's blog. 

You can read it here:  Music for Recovery ICAAD Blog

Knock Out Opioid Abuse FREE Concert & Songwriting Contest 

Friends, family,'s the deal: I wrote a song for the Life Center Stage Knock Out Opioid Abuse Concert / Contest and it really means a lot to me: the story, the words, the meaning behind it all and all the work I do. As you may know, I've been traveling the country the last 9 years doing this Music for Recovery thing because I LOVE it. Opportunities like this contest keep me going. So join in, enjoy the passionate artists and songwriters in recovery, and please don't forget to use your VOTE! 

The event is free and voting will be live and also available via a live stream. 

Tickets here:… 

This event was created by LIFE Center Stage and sponsored by Community Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Morris along with Partnership for a Drug Free NJ, Morris County Human Services, Morris County Stigma Free, and Atlantic Health System.


Check out the video of this performance here! 

Kathy Moser performing her Knock Out Opioid Abuse Anthem song at 2019 Shout Down Drugs

New Video for "One Day at a Time (24 Hours)" 

This week, the lovely Audrey Rose created another video for one of Music for Recovery's newest professionally recorded tracks: "One Day at a Time (24 Hours)", which was written in a workshop with the clients at Gosnold at Cataumet in Falmouth, MA June 2015.  The musicians on this recording are: Alice Leon (vocals), Al Greene (bass, drums, engineering), Kathy Moser (rhythm guitar), and Dan Palladino (lead guitar). Kathy Moser, Al Green and Alice Leon produced the music. This track is available for free stream and download here. 

If you would like a free CD of this song and four others: "I'm Open," "Ready to Change," "Walking Thru This Door," and "Life is a Gift," make sure to contact Music for Recovery through our Contact form with your request.


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