12:00 AM EDT 10/17/2013
Originally posted 07/17/2008 04:30PM
Platinum-selling musician Moby was granted an audience with the Dalai Lama Thursday in Philadelphia.
Writing on his Web site, Moby said he was joined by friends Serj Tankian from System of a Down, KT Tunstall and Joss Stone. The artists came together for The Missing Peace Music Project, the Dalai Lama's peace through music campaign.
"Mainly I was struck by his intellect," he wrote of the informal meeting, which included a performance by Tunstall, and was filmed for the documentary Journey of a Thousand Miles: In Search of the Missing Peace. "He might be the brightest person I've ever met. Second, I was struck by his sense of humor."
During the meeting, the Dalai Lama displayed that sense of humor when he laughed at one of Moby's jokes.
Originally posted 01/14/2004 01:00PM
In a major push to get out the youth vote -- among Democrats, at least -- the political activist group MoveOn.org enlisted some star power this week at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom as it announced the winner of its "Bush in 30 Seconds" ad contest, PEOPLE reports.
Originally posted 12/13/2002 01:00PM
Platinum-selling electronic musician Moby was attacked early Thursday morning outside a Boston-area music venue following a radio station-sponsored holiday concert -- during which the self-described pacifist spoke out against aggression and violence, the Boston Globe reports.
Originally posted 09/04/2002 11:00AM
Eminem may have been booed by the crowd inside Radio City Music Hall when he dissed fellow musician Moby at last week's Video Music Awards, but it looks like the electronic star is having the last word. For now.
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