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Eerik Siikasaari

Eerik Siikasaari (born 8 October 1957 in Finland) is a Finnish jazz bassist who is probably best known as a member of Trio Töykeät, a Finnish jazz trio. He is also the bassist of Espoo Big Band, and actively teaches music in Espoo-based Pop/Jazz-school Ebeli. Has won three minor awards in Finland.


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