Harri Mänty

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Harri Mänty (born 31 July 1971 in Västerås) is a Swedish musician, brought up in Finland, who was a member of the Swedish pop-rock band Kent between 1996 and 2006.[1] He joined the band after Martin Roos left. In the band, he played guitar and percussion. Harri Mänty is a music graduate.

Before he joined Kent, he was the vocalist for hardcore punk band No Security. In 1993 they released the record When the Gist is Sucked from the Fruit of Welfare, the ugly faces of truth show, which contained all that the band had recorded with record label Lost & Found. The band toured Europe, and had an offer to take part in a smaller tour of the USA, but never went through with it.

Together with Kent bandmate Sami Sirviö he has appeared in an advert for Finnish beer, Koff.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kentjunkie: Kent biography, accessed 2010-05-30