Born Richard Melville Hall, Grammy-winning electronic singer-songwriter and DJ Moby received his nickname from his familial relation to Moby Dick author, Herman Melville.
Beginning his career in music in the early '80s in a punk band, Moby eventually moved into electronic music in the early '90s and achieved wide-spread success in 1999 with the release of "Play," an album that eventually sold over ten million albums and won many awards.
Moby continues to release new albums including his latest "Wait for Me," which was released at the end of June. The entire record was recorded in his home in the lower east side of New York City.
Songs performed: "Pale Horses," "Walk With Me," "Mistake," and "JLTF."