Aki Pekka Antero Sirkesalo (July 25, 1962 - December 26, 2004) was a Finnish musician and broadcaster.
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Sirkesalo started his public career in 1984 as an announcer in the Finnish Broadcasting Company radio show Rockradio. In 1986 he formed a band called Giddyups and later a successful a cappella group Veeti and the Velvets. Sirkesalo released his first solo album Mielenrauhaa in 1995. He went on to make four more solo albums, the latest of which, Sanasta miestä, was released posthumously in February 2005. Sirkesalo also hosted music-related TV shows for the Finnish Broadcasting Company.
Aki Sirkesalo, together with his family (wife Johanna, 38, daughter Saana, 4, and son Sampo, 8), died in the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake at Khao Lak, Thailand. Their bodies have been buried in a Toijala cemetery.
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