Covered There Is A Light That Never Goes Out on the album 7 Worlds Collide - Live At The St. James in 2001 as Neil Finn & Friends.
For the jazz composer/arranger, please use Neil Finn (3)
Neil Finn (born May 27, 1958, Te Awamutu, New Zealand) is a New Zealand singer and songwriter and one of New Zealand's foremost musicians. He joined his brother [url=https://www.discogs.com/artist/247008-Tim-Finn]Tim's[/url] band Split Enz in April 1977 and assumed lead responsibility when Tim left in June 1984. After Split Enz broke up in 1984 he formed The Mullanes later known as Crowded House. When Crowded House disbanded in 1996, he launched a solo career as well as rejoining with his brother Tim to release material as The Finn Brothers. They were both awarded an OBE in 1993 for services to New Zealand music. Married to Sharon Finn and father of Liam Finn and Elroy Finn.
On 9 April 2018, it was announced that Neil Finn would perform with Fleetwood Mac as part of their forthcoming tour in 2018, replacing Lindsey Buckingham after Buckingham's firing.
Neil Mullane Finn (born 27 May 1958) is a New Zealand singer-songwriter and musician who is known for being a member of Split Enz (which he co-fronted with brother Tim), Crowded House and Fleetwood Mac. Finn rose to prominence in the late 1970s with Split Enz and wrote many of the band's most successful songs, including "One Step Ahead", "History Never Repeats", "I Got You", and "Message to My Girl". After Split Enz broke up in 1984, Finn founded Crowded House with Split Enz's final drummer Paul Hester in 1985 and served as the band's lead singer. The group achieved international success in 1987 when they released the single "Don't Dream It's Over", written by Finn. After Crowded House disbanded in 1996, Finn and his brother released two albums as the Finn Brothers, before reforming Crowded House in 2006. In April 2018, Finn joined Fleetwood Mac for their tour that year. Finn has also recorded several successful solo albums and assembled diverse musicians for the 7 Worlds Collide project. Ed O'Brien of Radiohead has hailed Finn as popular music's "most prolific writer of great songs".