In recognition of Mental Health Awareness month, enjoy some great music and personal tales of healing.
Bay Area singer/songwriter Kimberlye Gold will join us to share pop/rock/R&B/country originals and covers.
Kimberlye says that music has always been the medicine for the highest peaks and dark nights of her soul, inspiring her every step on her lifelong journey to create and reach out to touch others.
About Kimberlye Gold
Kimberlye Gold is a Bay Area singer/songwriter who spent many years honing her skills living and working in the trenches of LA/NYC/Nashville before returning to her roots. Her love for multiple genres of music spanning decades is on full display in her combo platter of pop/rock/R&B/country original and choice of cover tunes by the artists she has been inspired by, from Aretha Franklin and Bonnie Raitt to The Carpenters and Carole King. Music has always been Kimberlye’s medicine for the highest peaks and dark nights of her soul, inspiring her every step on her lifelong journey to create and reach out to touch others with the gifts God gave her that she continues to cultivate and build upon.
“Kimberlye has a way with words and music. Her songs are based as much on heart and soul as they are on rock & roll, folk, country and the blues. Her voice, pretty, strong and rocking, is equally adept at covering all those musical bases and more."
- Ben Fong-Torres, journalist & former senior editor of Rolling Stone Magazine
About Mental Health Awareness Month
This May, the Menlo Park Library is partnering with San Mateo County Health and other organizations throughout the area in celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month. Join us in the effort to increase awareness and inspire action to reduce stigma against those with mental health and substance use conditions.
This free event received partial funding support from the Friends of the Menlo Park Library.