Live Video: Neil Finn

photo by Charina Pitzel (view set)

It’s hard to believe that the album Dizzy Heights is only the third solo release from beloved singer/songwriter Neil Finn. From Split Enz to Crowded House to the Finn Brothers and his soundtrack work, the New Zealand icon hasn’t stopped making music for the past 30 years. “It’s confusing for the general public to track my projects,” he admitted to KEXP DJ Stevie Zoom. “I start writing songs, and it becomes a project.” No matter what he calls himself, Neil’s distinctive voice shines through on every release. While we’re never sure what band name he’ll use next, he tells us, “there’s lots of new music in the pipeline. I’m feeling very blessed.” We felt blessed to have him in the KEXP studios -- watch his session below:



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2 Comments

  1. Susan Fraser
    Posted April 9, 2014 at 12:00 pm | Permalink

    A brilliant artist, a gracious human being. Thank you so much for posting this interview with Neil Finn.

  2. Tanuki
    Posted April 10, 2014 at 1:24 am | Permalink

    Not for iOS?

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