Moogfest might be named for Robert Moog, but at the festival this year, a second pillar of the scene has been anointed, one with a similarly identifiable (and economical) surname: Eno. ...
Even though you couldn't watch him hold an instrument at the festival, or sing any of his songs, Brian Eno has been everywhere during Moogfest 2011. His face is plastered on festival posters around town, his sound and image installation artwork, "77 Million Paintings," has been on display since before the festival began, and his name is on the lips of many of the festival's attendees.
Actually, you could hear him sing; during the "Illustrated Talk" he gave at Asheville's Thomas Wolfe Auditorium on Saturday afternoon ...
The crowd would have likely swallowed every word he spoke even if he had shown no humor, but Eno's talk was unexpectedly funny, full of such tiny asides that referred back to his career as a musician, artist and thinker. ...Read the full article