Born in Australia, but moved to New Zealand as a child, Liam Finn's passion for music begins as early as childhood as the son to Neil Finn (of Split Enz and Crowded House fame), and nephew to kiwi rock legend Tim Finn.
Liam attended Auckland high school Selwyn College. It was during high school that Liam Finn pursued the musical talent in his blood and helped in the formation of the band Betchadupa (with other band members Joe Bramley, Matt Eccles and Chris Garland).
The band saw the release of two albums which charted well in New Zealand. A few years later, however, Betchadupa made a unanimous decision to take a break.Liam Finn released his first solo album in 2007: "I'll Be Lightning", with the help of former Betchadupa band-mates.
Since the reunion of the band Crowded House in early 2007, Finn has become part of its touring band, playing concerts such as Coachella Festival and Live Earth in Sydney. In 2008, he opened for Eddie Vedder's solo tour throughout America.
Liam will also headline his first North American tour and head on the road with The Black Keys in November 2008 in the UK and EuropeQuick Fact Trivia:He is an accomplished photographer.He played the lead role in "Return to The Forbidden Planet" during highschool.
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