Olli Lindholm (born in Pori, Finland on 19 March 1964) is Finnish singer and guitarist. He is the lead singer of the renowned Finnish band Yö since the early 1980s with a string of hits and albums. In addition, he has worked on a solo basis with his own four albums released on various labels including Maailma on kaunis in 2010 that peaked at number one on The Official Finnish Chart Suomen virallinen lista.
Olli Lindhom started with another Finnish band Appendix in 1982 as a founding member and vocalist and guitarist alongside Juha Rauäng on bass and Vesku Koivusalo on drums. He left the band the same year and was replaced in vocals with Mikki Borgersen. He didn't take part in any official releases, as Borgersen was the singer on the band's debut album Ei raha oo mun valuuttaa in 1983.
He was awarded the Iskelmä-Finlandia "Best Finnish singer" award in 2008.
He has served as a guest judge during the auditions to the Finnish Idol series in 2011.