New Zealand Roman Catholics

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Chapters: Neil Finn, Bill English, Jim Bolger, Anand Satyanand, John Tamihere, Joseph Ward, Outhwaite Family, Auckland, Ruth Richardson, James K. Baxter, Bryan Todd, Michael Joseph Savage, McDonald brothers, John Kirwan, Sean Fitzpatrick, John Callan, Chris Finlayson, Damien O'Connor, Pauline Parker, Reginald Delargey, Bernard O'Brien, Kathleen Todd, Thomas Stafford Williams, Marilyn Pryor, Morgan Stanislaus Grace, Tony Lanigan, Anthony Molloy, Patricia Bartlett, Andrew Todd, Peter Gresham, Antony Sumich, Hubert Tim Armstrong, Charles Gordon O'Neill, Marie Hasler, Patrick O'Dea, Connie Purdue, Denzil Meuli, David Kennedy, Richard Kearney, Simon Tapper, Wiremu Te Awhitu, Michael Otto, Pat Downey, Douglas Mews, Thaddeus McCarthy, John Reid, Ronald Truhbuhovich, Gavan Herlihy, Darrin Murray, Brendan Horan, Peter Cullinane, Charles Todd, Walter Lee, John Lundon, Paul-Antoine Léonard de Villefeix, Grey Nelson. Excerpt: Neil (christened Cornelius) Mullane Finn, OBE (born 27 May 1958) is a New Zealand Pop recording artist. Along with his brother Tim Finn, he was the co-frontman for Split Enz and is now frontman for Crowded House. He has also recorded several successful solo albums and assembled diverse musicians for the 7 Worlds Collide projects. Finn rose to prominence in the late 1970s after replacing singer songwriter Phil Judd in his brother Tim Finn's band Split Enz. With the group, Finn wrote the hits "One Step Ahead", "History Never Repeats", "I Got You" and "Message to My Girl", among others. Finn rose from prominence to international fame after Split Enz broke up in 1984. While his brother Tim Finn left for England, Neil was the founder of Crowded House with Split Enz's final drummer Paul Hester in 1985. The group achieved international success in 1987 when they released the single "Don't Dream It's Over" written by Neil. He ended Crowded House in 1996 to embark upon what was to become a moderately successful solo career, and has released two albums with his brother Tim under the title the Finn Brothers. In 2006, following the death of Hester, Finn reformed Crowded House (adding Beck's former drummer Matt Sherrod) and released the first studio album in over thirteen years, Time on Earth, and the band began a world tour. In 2010, Finn commenced another world tour with Crowded House in support of their 2010 release, Intriguer. Neil Finn during Crowded House's heyday - San Francisco, 1987Born Cornelius Mullane Finn in Te Awamutu, New Zealand, Neil later stated, "I was christened Cornelius, and dropped it at an early age thinking it was a bit corny", in an interview with Australian television host Andrew Denton in 1995. He attended Sacred Heart boarding school and Te Awamutu College. He decided to become a musician at the age of 12 and throughout his school years performed in prisons and hospitals as well as at home gatherings. Neil finished school in 1975. A year later he form

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Titel
New Zealand Roman Catholics
Untertitel
Neil Finn, Bill English, Jim Bolger, Anand Satyanand, John Tamihere, Joseph Ward, Outhwaite Family, Auckland, Ruth Richardson, James K. Baxter, Bryan Todd, Michael Joseph Savage, McDonald brothers, John Kirwan, Sean Fitzpatrick
Editor
EAN
9781156138151
ISBN
1156138159
Format
Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten
44
Gewicht
82g
Größe
H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr
2011
Untertitel
Englisch
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