Time is on their side

A Scotsman interview with Tim and Neil Finn finds that time and age has turned sibling rivalry to “sibling revelry, mate.” “There’s always a tension there between us,” says Tim. “One of us backs off and one of us pushes forward. And that way we ended up with songs I wouldn’t have written on my own at all.” The formula evidently works, for both fans and critics. The Scotsman describes the latest Finn brothers collaboration, Everyone is Here, as “an album of mature, melodic and literate songwriting that stands alongside the brothers’ very best work, both together and solo.”


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Gemma New Makes Houston Symphony Debut

Gemma New Makes Houston Symphony Debut

Gemma New has studied under conductors whose names are familiar well beyond the cloistered halls of classical music: Dudamel, Salonen, Michael Tilson Thomas. The 35-year-old New Zealand native, recently made her…