Fink

Indie artist from Brighton, UK, on 'Ninja Tune' label. Born 1972
Fink
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1972
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Fink

Fink Biography (Wikipedia)

Fin Greenall, known professionally as Fink, is an English singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, and DJ born in Cornwall and currently based in Berlin and London. From 1997–2003 he focused on electronic music and DJ'd internationally, releasing in 2000 his debut album Fresh Produce on Ninja Tune. Since the 2006 release of his album Biscuits for Breakfast, the name Fink has also referred to the recording and touring trio fronted by Greenall himself, completed by Guy Whittaker (bass) and Tim Thornton (drums).

Most recently he has written in collaboration with John Legend, Banks, Ximena Sarinana and Professor Green. With Amy Winehouse he co-wrote the song "Half Time", which appears on Winehouse's posthumous collection Lioness: Hidden Treasures. In 2012 Fink collaborated and performed with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam, resulting in the live album Fink Meets The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Fink is signed to his own label, R'COUP'D Records, a subsidiary of Ninja Tune, on which he has released his latest albums.

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Past BBC Events

Proms 2007: Prom 37 - An evening with Nitin Sawhney and Friends
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Royal Albert Hall
2007-08-10T18:58:21
10
Aug
2007

Proms 2007: Prom 37 - An evening with Nitin Sawhney and Friends

Royal Albert Hall

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