An interview with Neil Finn. By Twitterby Toby Manhire
The Crowded House front man, a revelation on Twitter, delivers a heartily entertaining Q+A with his followers.
For some reason, Neil Finn doesn't seem to me like someone who would obviously be good on Twitter.
But he's completely brilliant. Candid and wild and sometimes gloriously incomprehensible.
His tweets during X Factor NZ were sublime.
And his invitation to followers to put questions to him on Twitter this morning (at the end of which he announced the name of the new album: Dizzy Heights) produced a genuinely entertaining interview.
Here are the highlights:
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