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Southbank welcomes Neil Finn

14 May 2015

Southbank welcomes Neil Finn Image

Neil Finn’s intimate solo Australian tour becomes even more special on may 27, when the music legend’s show falls on the same day as his birthday.

With another show booked for May 29, these two nights are sure to be one to remember.

With only three individual east-coast performances in the last 10 years, these shows at the Elizabeth Murdoch Hall are an incredibly rare treat for Melbourne music lovers. Mr Finn said he loved playing solo.

“I find playing solo to be a very free environment where I’m able to explore strange tangents, reinvent old songs, reminisce with friends and lampoon at will. I love it,” he said.

The set list for the night will feature the length and breadth of Finn’s extensive career, with samples from his work with Split Endz, Crowded House and The Finn Brothers, as well as his solo career.

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