The New Zealand musician is a big fan of the Emerald Isle.
He has long been destined for a music's Hall of Fame as one of New Zealand's greatest exports, yet legendary Crowded House frontman Neil Finn admits a large slice of his soul will always be Irish.
The iconic songwriter who penned classic hits such as Weather With You and Don't Dream It's Over has had more than a little folk influence in his music down the years and it's no wonder, with his mother hailing from the Limerick town of Kilmallock, Neil feels very much at home every time he sets foot in Ireland.
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Neil Finn - Saturday 28th June 2008 at Glastonbury Festival Somerset, England