Kemi

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musical work

every winter with a different architecture in Kemi, Finland. In 1996 the first snow castle drew 300,000 visitors. thumb A. W. Yrjänä in 2010. (File:A. W. Yrjänä.jpg) '''Aki Ville Yrjänä''' (born 30 July 1967 in Kemi), better known by the stage name, '''A. W. Yrjänä''' ( ), is a poet and the singer, bassist, and primary songwriter of the Finnish (Finland) rock (Rock music) band CMX (CMX (band)). In addition to his musical work he


singing style

for two years and singing informally in local festivals. He assumed both the keyboards and the vocals, but after the release of the band's first album, decided to concentrate on singing with the joining of Mikko Härkin. The bands Queen (Queen (band)), Stratovarius, Children of Bodom and Nightwish are amongst his biggest musical influences. Kakko also states the season of winter as one of his influences. His singing style is clean and generally high-pitched. Though his voice type


metal band

'''Mari Piuva''' (born 21 October 1980 in Kemi) is an archer (archery) from Finland. The first EP (Extended play) ''Johannes Kastaja'' was recorded 1987 in Kemi and released in 1988. The same year CMX performed for the first time outside of Tornio and its neighbouring areas, at Lieto punk rock festival

in the Finnish Parliament (Parliament of Finland), representing the National Coalition Party (National Coalition Party (Finland)) and the district of Lapland (Lapland, Finland) from 1999–2007. '''Jani Allan Kristian Liimatainen''' (born September 9, 1980, in Kemi, Finland) is the former guitar player and one of the founding members of the power metal band Sonata Arctica. birth_date


genre power

Weihai, China **Kajaani - Kajaani Airport **Kemi Tornio - Kemi-Tornio Airport **Kittilä - Kittilä Airport seasonal background group_or_band origin Kemi, Finland genre Power Metal, Progressive Metal, Symphonic Power Metal '''Sonata Arctica''' is a Finnish (Finland) power metal band from the town of Kemi, originally assembled in 1995. Their later works (most notably '' The Days


hit created

he worked with Jukka Hautamäki, Tuomas Salmela and Ari Ruokamo for their own label Lumi Records. In 1996 Hulkkonen signed a record deal with French (France) record label F Communications; his debut album of the same year was called ''Selkäsaari Tracks''. Internationally, Hulkkonen's most popular recording is the single ''Sunglasses at Night'', a version of Corey Hart (Corey Hart (singer))'s 1980s hit, created together with Canadian (Canada) producer Tiga (Tiga (musician)). His most recent solo full-length ''Dualizm'', released in 2005, featured collaborations with John Foxx, Nick Triani, Tiga (Tiga (musician)), Jerry Valuri, and José González. Following up on the success of the Lo-Fiction single on Dualizm on which they collaborated, Jori began a synth-pop side project with Jerry Valuri called Processory, which released its self-titled debut in February 2007. A similar incident also took place a few years previous in Kemi and international reports then exaggerated the situation with claims that the character's attire and his unmarried relationship to Daisy Duck were the culprits. Commons:Category:Kemi


fiction single

) Tiga . His most recent solo full-length ''Dualizm'', released in 2005, featured collaborations with John Foxx, Nick Triani, Tiga (Tiga (musician)), Jerry Valuri, and José González. Following up on the success of the Lo-Fiction single on Dualizm on which they collaborated, Jori began a synth-pop side project with Jerry Valuri called Processory, which released its self-titled debut in February 2007. A similar incident also took place a few years previous in Kemi


music rock

every winter with a different architecture in Kemi, Finland. In 1996 the first snow castle drew 300,000 visitors. thumb A. W. Yrjänä in 2010. (File:A. W. Yrjänä.jpg) '''Aki Ville Yrjänä''' (born 30 July 1967 in Kemi), better known by the stage name, '''A. W. Yrjänä''' ( ), is a poet and the singer, bassist, and primary songwriter of the Finnish (Finland) rock (Rock music) band CMX (CMX (band)). In addition to his musical work


vocals

for two years and singing informally in local festivals. He assumed both the keyboards and the vocals, but after the release of the band's first album, decided to concentrate on singing with the joining of Mikko Härkin. The bands Queen (Queen (band)), Stratovarius, Children of Bodom and Nightwish are amongst his biggest musical influences. Kakko also states the season of winter as one of his influences. His singing style is clean and generally high-pitched. Though his voice type

mf y origin Kemi, Finland instrument Keyboards (keyboard instrument), keytar, vocals Vardø – Vadsø – Nesseby – Varangerbotn – Tana (Deatnu Tana) – Utsjoki – Inari (Inari, Finland) – Ivalo – Sodankylä – Rovaniemi – Kemi – Oulu – Jyväskylä – Heinola – Lahti – Helsinki … Gdynia – Gdańsk – Toruń – Włocławek – Łódź – Piotrków Trybunalski – Częstochowa – Katowice


social position

or medium-sized farms and tenant farmers, and where crofters were few or held a better social position than in the south. Enclaves of the opposing forces existed on both sides of the front line: within the White area lay the industrial towns of Varkaus, Kuopio, Oulu, Raahe, Kemi and Tornio; within the Red area lay Porvoo, Kirkkonummi and Uusikaupunki. The elimination of these strongholds was a priority for both armies during February 1918. Commons:Category:Kemi


solo albums

January 14, 1976 in Kemi, Finland) is a musician, writer and a poet most famous for being the singer, songwriter and lyricist for the rock group Absoluuttinen Nollapiste. His other works include a novel, a prose poem collection, three comic books and two solo albums (''Liimatan Pan Alley'', 1996 and ''Tropical Cocktail'', 2006). He has also illustrated most of the album covers for Absoluuttinen Nollapiste. birth_date

Kemi

'''Kemi''' ( ) is a town (cities of Finland) and municipality (municipalities of Finland) of Finland. It is located very near the city of Tornio. It was founded in 1869 by royal decree because of its proximity to a deep water harbour.

200px thumb left The Crown designed for the Kingdom of Finland (1918) King of Finland (File:King of Finland's crown2.jpg)

Kemi is situated by the Bothnian Bay, at the mouth of river Kemijoki, and it is part of Lapland (Lapland, Finland) region (Regions of Finland). The town has a population of .

The main economic activity in Kemi is centred on two large paper and woodpulp mills and on the only chromium mine in Europe (which supplies the Outokumpu ferrochrome plant in Tornio). A polytechnic university of applied sciences (Kemi-Tornio University of Applied Sciences) is also situated in Kemi.

Kemi also has a claim to fame as the home of the world's largest snow castle (reconstructed every year to a different design). The snowcastle is usually located at the inner harbour of Kemi.

A model of The Crown of Finland (the original was never made for the King of Finland (Kingdom of Finland (1918))) is kept in the town's gemstone gallery. It also houses replicas of the Imperial State Crown of Great Britain,; the Sceptre of the Czar of Russia, the Orbs (Globus cruciger) of Denmark and the diamond necklace of Marie Antoinette, among other items.

Kemi is also the hometown of the power metal band Sonata Arctica.

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