Juha-Pekka Leppäluoto

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Juha-Pekka Leppäluoto at a gig with Charon at Art Rock Cafe, Kauhajoki, Finland in 27th April 2009

Juha-Pekka "JP" Leppäluoto (born 15 November 1974 in Raahe, Finland) is a Finnish musician. He was in the band Charon until the summer of 2011 as a vocalist and songwriter and currently he is in the band Harmaja as a vocalist, guitar player and songwriter and also in the band Northern Kings as a vocalist.[1] He also provided vocals for the first release from the band Poisonblack, which featured members from several other Finnish rock bands. He is the singer from the band Dark Sarah[2], since 2017.


With Charon:

  • Sorrowburn (1998)
  • Tearstained (2000)
  • Downhearted (2002)
  • The Dying Daylights (2003)
  • Songs for the Sinners (2005)

With Northern Kings:

  • Reborn (2007)
  • Rethroned (2008)

With Harmaja:

  • Harmaja EP (2007)
  • Harmaja (2009)
  • Lento (2010)
  • Marras (2012)

With Poisonblack:

As special guest:

With Dark Sarah:

  • The Golden Moth (2018)


  1. ^ "CHARON Frontman Launches New Side-Project". BLABBERMOUTH.NET. Roadrunner Records. 2007-07-07. Archived from the original on 2009-05-05. Retrieved 2007-11-05.
  2. ^ "Dark Sarah", Wikipedia, 2018-09-18, retrieved 2018-09-18

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