Neil Finn kept it all in the family for his just-released third solo studio album, Dizzy Heights.Follow @JamShowbiz
The 55-year-old lead singer of Crowded House (and previous co-frontman of Split Enz with older brother Tim) had wife Sharon (bass) and sons Liam (guitar) and Elroy (drums) record with him at the studio of producer Dave Fridmann (Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips) in upstate New York.
“Our two boys are living in New York and my wife Sharon was playing bass on some of my demos so it just seemed like a really good opportunity to do something we actually haven’t done together before really,” said Finn, who plays Vancouver on March 29 and Toronto on April 5.
“We’ve played together in twos and threes in various things but never really all together. It was the subtext I really enjoyed. And what a hot band really!"
Finn even says it wouldn’t even be out of the realm of possibilities that fans could expect a Finn Family album - for lack of a better name - at some point.