"Without David Bowie, popular music as we know it pretty much wouldn't exist."
So says Moby..."I'm right behind you on that one!" David may have replied.
I'll never touch you...
Obviously this won't be the first time Moby will have seen a Bowie show, the following recollection places his first ever David Bowie concert as either the 1987 Glass Spider Tour or the 1990 Sound + Vision tour: "I remember the first time I saw David Bowie it was in Giants Stadium [in East Rutherford, New Jersey] in front of 80,000 people."
Whether it was that show or somewhere else along the line that first did it for Moby, he makes it clear in an interview published on
"David Bowie is my favorite musician of the 20th century, I mean, he's an amazing live performer, and I can't think of a single musician from the 20th century who made as many remarkable albums as he did. Also, he influenced everybody. Without David Bowie, popular music as we know it pretty much wouldn't exist."
In an interview with Moby in this month's
While we're on the subject of Q...