Siiri Nordin

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Siiri Nordin
Siiri Nordin on a Killer gig in Turku in 2002
Background information
Born (1980-10-15) 15 October 1980 (age 37)
Helsinki, Finland
Origin Finland
Instruments Guitar & Voice

Siiri Nordin (born 15 October 1980 in Helsinki) is a Finnish singer. She was the lead singer of the now defunct Finnish rock band Killer. In 2003 Nordin had a hit on her own with the song "Sydämeni osuman sai" included on the soundtrack of the movie Helmiä ja sikoja. The song is a cover version of the Gene Pitney hit song "Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart".

In 2004 Nordin took a break from music and receded to boat carpenting. She also entered civil union with her girlfriend Mirja in the autumn.[1]

In April 2006, she released a solo album called "Me Too", published by the Finnish label Next Big Thing. In March 2008 she released the Finnish-language album "Lyö Tahtia".


  1. ^ "Siiri Nordin". The Internet Movie Database (IMDB). Retrieved 2008-04-17.