Known as: Electronica musician and DJ
Then: A teashop owner
Constant DJing and international musical appearances can take their toll, and Moby likes nothing better than to unwind with a nice cup of tea. The American electronica icon (real name Richard Melville Hall) decided to create his very own New York-based teashop called TeaNY, where he even waited on some of the tables.
Co-founded with ex-girlfriend Kelly Tisdale, TeaNY opened in 2002 in the lower east side of Manhattan at 90 Rivington Street and became famous for its artistic style and 100% natural ingredients.
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