The Minneapolis-based band has been well known among Finnish and Scandinavian Americans now for more than a decade. Their first CD Reflections / Muistelmia came out in 2002 and demonstrated their versatility and quality. This new CD is even better, showing that the band has continued to grow as an ensemble. They remain true to their roots, primarily as a dance band that plays Finnish American favorites. At the same time, they are progressive in adding tunes that have come more recently from Finland, such as humppas and tangos. Invariably, their music retains the sound and spirit of Finnish American and Scandinavian dance music.
Come Dance offers an interesting and varied collection of tunes, including waltzes, mazurkas, tangos, foxtrots, humppas, and jenkkas (schottisches). There are some well known traditional Finnish American tunes, such as Raatikkoon, Orpopojan valssi and Ellin polka.
Many of the tunes have connections with the places from which band members trace their heritage.
Finn Hall is one of the few American bands that can still sing the old songs in Finnish. It is the familiar music and sound listened to by Finnish immigrants.