Regarded as one of the greatest songwriters of his generation, New Zealand native Tim Finn continues to embrace the true definition of a renaissance man while fuelling an all-inclusive, creative fire that constantly drives him onwards and upwards. Having established himself in the early 1970s as a founding member of art-pop-rock pioneers Split Enz and later as a member of the internationally successful band Crowded House (alongside brother Neil), Finn has penned some of the most treasured songs in contemporary music. The likes of I See Red, Poor Boy, My Mistake, Dirty Creature, I Hope I Never and Six Months In A Leaky Boat immediately come to mind. His time in Crowded House, established around the recording of the acclaimed Woodface album, was mostly co-written with his brother and included the timeless classics Weather With You, It’s Only Natural and Chocolate Cake. Add to this, an incredibly successful solo career that continues to mature and has delivered songs such as Fraction Too Much Friction, Made My Day, Persuasion and Not Even Close. Finn has toured the world and worked with some of the industry’s most accomplished artists and producers. Most recently Finn has been developing Ihitai 'Avei'a - Star Navigator, an ambitious work commissioned by West Australian Opera and New Zealand Opera. Who knows what is next for Tim Finn? One thing is for certain, he is showing no signs of slowing and the desire to create, write and perform is as strong as it ever was.