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Tim Finn hits Twin Towns this weekend

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Tim Finn, the iconic singer, songwriter and founder of legendary Australian band Split Enz is coming to entertain you at Twin Towns as a part of his few exclusive shows in Australia.

The shows are in support of his new studio album The View Is Worth The Climb, which continues to garner praise from fans and media. Tim Finn and his band will be performing songs from the new album as well selections from across his incredible career including songs such as Poor Boy, Six Months In A Leaky Boat, Persuasion and I See Red.

Finn continues to remain an important and relevant musical force, headlining festivals and inspiring a new generation of artists. His new album The View Is Worth The Climb was produced by the Grammy Award winning Jacquire King (Kings Of Leon, Tom Waits, Cold War Kids) and was recorded over two weeks at Roundhead Studios in Auckland.

This year Tim Finn has headlined the St Kilda Festival, performed in the opening celebrations for the Rugby World Cup and also commenced work on an independent film score. Now Australian fans have the opportunity to catch a musical legend as he brings to you at Twin Towns on Friday.


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