Client Greenwich Time
Categories Features
Date 03-16-2012
URL Launch Project

Before Moby had his breakthrough in the early ’90s with the single “Go,” and years before his mega-successful 1999 album “Play,” the acclaimed electronica musician spun records for fresh-faced teenagers at Christ Church in Greenwich.

The venue was The Cafe, an alcohol-free dance club that occupied the house of worship on Saturday nights.

“In the interest of having any sort of street cred, I probably should never mention the fact that I spent years of my life working at an all-ages club at an Episcopal church,” joked Moby Thursday, before the opening of an exhibit of his photographs at the Samuel Owen Gallery on Greenwich Avenue.

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