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Liam Finn is an incredible MUSICian

Liam Finn is a guy that shows what the word musician really means. He takes a few minutes from a song to rock out on his guitar and finishes with an insane drum solo that will leave you with chills. He gets you hooked on his music right from the first stroke of his guitar. I had so much fun at his show where you see a guy with such intensity and enthusiasm that makes you wish his music would never end. Pick up this album then go see him and finally understand what a 'show' is really all about.

Neil Finn's son is a real talent

The son of Neil Finn, Liam certainly has his Dad's knack for unusual melodies and a great pop sense. Interesting takes on selections from his first album... cool stuff!

Great All around

Great sounding live album by someone who excells at live shows!

Biography

Born: September 24, 1983 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The son of Crowded House and Split Enz frontman Neil Finn, Liam Finn succeeded in making a name for himself, first as the teenage frontman of the quirky rock band Betchadupa and, several years later, as a talented solo artist in his own right. Formed after he met bandmate Matt Eccles during a beach holiday with his family, Betchadupa recorded two EPs and two albums — The Alphabetchadupa in 2002 and Aiming for Your...
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