As one of the most influential dance-music artists of the last 20 years, Moby brought electronic beats to mainstream audiences across America and the U.K. His combination of poppy disco beats, imaginative samples and occasional punk guitars earned him huge popularity.
Born in New York, Moby began learning classical guitar at age 9, and would later join several punk groups during his teen years. It wasn't until college that he became a fixture as a DJ in various clubs throughout the city.
Moby has released nine studio albums, sold more than 20 million copies and worked with artists such as David Bowie and Public Enemy. For the first time, he and his band play the unreleased song "One Time We Lived," followed by "Pale Horses." Moby is currently supporting his most recent album, Wait for Me, a conceptual project with a self-drawn album cover and vocal contributions from friends.