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Erja Lyytinen

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Genres  Blues
Instruments  Vocals, guitar
Name  Erja Lyytinen
Years active  2002–present
Role  Singer ·
Labels  Ruf Records

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Born  July 7, 1976 (age 39) Kuopio, Finland (1976-07-07)
Occupation(s)  Musician, singer-songwriter

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Erja Lyytinen (born July 7, 1976) is a Finnish blues guitarist and singer-songwriter.


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Lyytinen started playing guitar at age fifteen and sang in a soul music group. Her influences include singers Aretha Franklin, Koko Taylor, and Bonnie Raitt. Lyytinen is a 1995 graduate of Kuopio Senior High of Music and Dance. She studied from 1995 to 2003 at the Kuopio Conservatoire and Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, and has a Master of Music degree.

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Lyytinen's debut album was the 2002 release Attention!. In 2005 she signed with the German label Ruf Records and recorded her third solo album in Oxford, Mississippi. Lyytinen has toured across Europe. In 2010 she was the supporting act for Walter Trout on his British tour.

Studio albums

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  • Attention! (2002)
  • Wildflower (2003)
  • Pilgrimage – Mississippi to Memphis (with Aynsley Lister and Ian Parker, 2005)
  • It's a Blessing ( with Davide Floreno, 2005)
  • Dreamland Blues (2006)
  • Grip of the Blues (2008)
  • Voracious Love (2010)
  • Forbidden Fruit (2013)
  • The Sky Is Crying (2014)
  • Stolen Hearts (2017)
  • Live albums

  • Songs from the Road (2012)
  • Live In London (2015)
  • DVDs

  • Ruf's Blues Caravan - The New Generation (with Aynsley Lister and Ian Parker, 2006)
  • References

    Erja Lyytinen Wikipedia

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