Chat with musician Craig Finn

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Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, Sept. 10, Craig Finn, baseball fan and lead singer of the band The Hold Steady, will stop by to take your questions on his beloved Minnesota Twins, his band's latest album "Stay Positive" and more!

Finn, born in Boston but raised in Edina, Minnesota and currently living in New York City, hit the scene in 2004 with the release of the debut album "Almost Killed Me" and followed that up with "Separation Sunday" in 2005 which included a lengthy tour schedule helping launch The Hold Steady into the limelight. In 2006, the band released "Boys And Girls In America" which was named Rolling Stone's No. 8 album of the year and led Blender magazine to name The Hold Steady as their band of the year. The new album, "Stay Positive", was one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year and has been warmly received by critics and fans alike.

While putting "Stay Positive" together in 2007, the band took time out to record a special version of "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" to be used during the seventh-inning stretch at Twins home games.

Send your questions now about baseball and music and join the live chat on Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 3 p.m. ET!

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