Craig Finn is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, from Edina, Minnesota, best known as the frontman of The Hold Steady.
Finn started his career in 1994 with the indie rock band Lifter Puller, the band released three albums before calling it a day in 2000. His next project was Brokerdealer, with producer Mr. Projectile, before reuniting with Lifter Puller bassist Tad Kubler to form The Hold Steady in 2004.
After releasing five albums with The Hold Steady, Finn started a solo project, which resulted in the album, 'Clear Heat Full Eyes', through Vagrant Records in 2012. The was followed by ‘Faith in the Future’ in 2015. He is set to release his latest album, ‘We All Want the Same Things’, on March 24, 2017, via Partisan Records.
Craig Finn will play shows in London and Ramsgate in April in support of ‘We All Want the Same Things’. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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After a time, we stop noticing the things that stay the same and focus solely on what’s changed. So, for example, we can see that Craig Finn’s ‘We All Want The Same Things’ is a confident stylistic departure from his early solo work and that the bombast in his delivery has been toned down since the days when the Hold Steady were the world’s best bar band.
When Craig Finn was young he spent a fair bit of time with a copy of Lou Reed’s Greatest Hits. In particular, he was drawn to Wild Child and its cast of characters: Chuck, Phil, Betty, Ed and Lorraine. Back in 2012, while discussing the pros and cons of striking out from the comfort of your band prior to the release of his solo bow, ‘Clear Heart, Full Eyes’, he told Jessica Hopper that his biggest takeaway from the song was a simple one: he wanted to know more about Chuck.