A Night With Moby

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Why does his heart feel so bad?

Trudi McDonald writes:

Eason presents: Moby, music legend and activist, in conversation with Tony Clayton Lea, will be taking place in the Liberty Hall Theatre on June 6.

Moby will be talking about his illustrious career to date and the latest instalment of his autobiography ‘Then It Fell Apart’.

Their conversation, including an audience Q&A, will include Moby performing an acoustic song or two and a book signing with fans.

Tickets for the event are priced at €21.99 (price includes a copy of “Then It Fell Apart”) and are available below…

Tickets here

 

32 thoughts on “A Night With Moby

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            There’s some other guy too, who looks like John Simm. Let me googlerise and find him. Entirely unnecessary but now I’ve the bit between my teeth. WHAT did I see him in?

          2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Heh.
            It’s REALLY annoying me, though. I can see him, all curled up like Gollum in some tv series but I cannot, for the life of me, give it any other context.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      he’s not top grade legend – but legend’ish

      I have him in with anders limpar and bruce foxton

      1. Bertie Theodore Alphege Blenkinsop

        Dermot O’Nearly as Popbitch liked to refer to the X Factor host….

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Popbitch! A friend gave me a book they produced for my birthday one year. Is it still going?

      1. martco

        eh, like Nile Rodgers?
        (less of your generalisation there pls)

        I’d rate Moby…not too sure about shelling out €22 for this tho

  1. Dhaughton99

    I remember the first time I heard John Peel playing Moby’s thousand on a little transistor radio. I was stunned.

  2. Slightly Bemused

    I must admit that one of the reasons I love watching the Bourne films is to turn it up for the credits, when Strange Ways (Then it Fell Apart) comes on :) Cracking tune!

  3. axelf

    Sound system rocking
    Sound system rocking
    Sound system rocking
    Sound system rocking
    Sound system rocking
    Sound system rocking
    Sound system rocking
    Set it up DJ

    I’m feeling so real
    I’m feeling so real

    Yes yes, here we go

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      I went to see some band in the SFX and can’t remember who it was. I also can’t remember who I went with.
      I know, I know. Awesome story, dude.
      It definitely wasn’t Moby and Carl Cox, though.

      1. dav

        “It definitely wasn’t Moby and Carl Cox, though” you seem reasonably confident in this? Why?

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          I can remember all the bands I have seen, pretty much. Just not when and where. I was a pretty prolific concert-attender. Also a total pisshead. Not a great mix.
          Well, a fantastic mix at the time.

    2. Rob_G

      I can’t believe you were old enough to go to gigs in 1993, I always assumed from your posting style that you were 22…

  4. dav

    I have a vague memory of seeing moby at feile in cork in 1995, I remember he was appealing to the crowd before he played one of his newer (non dancy ) tunes. Then the dots kicked in and I ended up going on a magical mystery tour…

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