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Maini Sorri with roots in Vammala makes music internationally

At High school age Maini Sorri lived in her mother’s home town in Vammala. Her music is successfull on the Spanish Top20 chart.

The international radio station Music World Radio compiles the chart there listeners can vote for their favorite track weekly. Maini Sorris techno hit Let Me Do Your Time has remained on the chart for over a year. It was on fifth spot  after 52 weeks on chart.

Maini Sorri will soon release a new single in the United States. Also a music video will be made for Sorris dance single Hold Me.

Maini Sorri was born in Ulvila, from where the family moved to Lempäälä. “When my father died, we moved to my mother’s home town Vammala where I went to the first class at high school. I moved to Sweden at the age of 17, and finished the high school there,” said Maini Sorri, in the summer of 2006 in Alueviestis interview.
Maini Sorri has composed songs from 8 years age. Not only a singer and songwriter, Maini Sorri also has a music teacher education.

Written by Samuli Kinnari April 13th 2013, Kokemäenjokilaakson Uutiset, Finland

Translated into English by Google with a little help by Maini Sorri.

Read the original newspaper article in Finnish here at Kokemäenjokilaakson Uutiset

Maini Sorri - Just A Dream (Remixes)PopVulture is a global entertainment magazine, based in California. Maini has the pleasure of being a Headline Artist in PopVulture magazine again! Maini’s interview was re-published with updates on November 11th, the same day as the new EP Maini – Just A Dream (Remixes) was released by Reya Music, Sweden.

One of the 6 tracks on Mainis new single, Just A Dream (Radio Edit) is available for listening at the end of the article.

PopVulture covers content from around the world. Read Maini’s interview in PopVulture here

Just A Dream (Radio Edit) is produced by Carsten Lehmann, Germany, music is written by Maini and the lyrics by Gary Cornman, USA.

Maini profile pic Hold mePopVulture is a global entertainment magazine, based in California. It covers content around the world. PopVulture contacted Maini about a rising artist feature. Maini became one of their headline artists.

Read Maini’s interview here at PopVulture magazine September 19th 2013.

 

 

Maini Sorri - Hold Me

Maini Sorri - Let Me Do Your TimeMaini Sorri, once a high school student in Vammala, is successful on the Spanish chart.

At high school age Maini Sorri lived in her mother’s home town in Vammala. Her music is successfull on the Spanish Top20 chart.

The international radio station Music World Radio compiles the chart where listeners vote for their favorite track weekly. Maini Sorris techno hit Let Me Do Your Time has remained on the chart for over a year. It was at fifth spot  after 52 weeks on chart.

Maini Sorri will soon release a new single in the United States. Also a music video will be made of Sorris dance single Hold Me.

Maini Sorri was born in Ulvila, from where the family moved to Lempäälä. “When my father died, we moved to my mother’s home town Vammala where I started my first year at high school. I moved to Sweden at the age of 17, and finished the high school there,” said Maini Sorri, in the summer of 2006 in Alueviestis interview.

Maini Sorri has composed songs from 8 years age. Not only a singer and songwriter, Maini Sorri also has a music teacher education.

Written by Samuli Kinnari April 13th 2013, Alueviesti, Finland

Translated into English by Google with a little help by Maini

Read the original newspaper article here

Maini Shiny Eyes cd Artwork smallerSUCCESS IN THE U.S FOR MAINI SORRI

Uppsala resident Maini Sorris new single Shiny Eyes, released on May 2, is played after the launch of many radio stations in the United States.

The song was this week # 4 on the CMJ Charts Top5 list of all the week’s release throughout the U.S. and has been added to playlists at radio stations in 17 U.S. states, which include New York and California, as well as Newfoundland in Canada.
Upsala Nya Tidning May 23 2012 Page: 3 – Part: 2

English version by Johan Zetterlund
© UNT

FRAMGÅNG I USA FÖR MAINI SORRI

Upsala Nya Tidning  2012-05-23  Sida: 3  –  Del:2

Uppsalabon Maini Sorris nya singel Shiny eyes, som släpptes den 2 maj, spelas efter lanseringen på många radiostationer i USA.

Låten låg denna vecka #4 på CMJ Charts Top5 lista för alla veckans release i hela USA och har lagts till på radiostationers spellistor i 17 amerikanska delstater, där bland annat New York och Kalifornien är några avdessa, men även Newfoundland i Kanada. UNT

© Upsala Nya Tidning

There is a new disco star in town. Maini Sorri’s Let Me Do Your Time climbed high on Digilistan, the list of Sweden’s most downloaded songs.
– It feels great fun, I get little joy shocks now and then, says Maini Sorri.

HER MELODIES TOUCH
Maini Sorri has always had music with her in her life. In her childhood home, the Finnish parsonage, they sang lots of spiritual songs. She began to play piano and guitar, at first she played by ear and tried to teach herself. Later Maini Sorri’s mom sent her to take piano and singing lessons. Her first piano piece she wrote as an 8-year-old, and after encouragement, she wrote her first song, 20 year old.

– I have a passion for music, says Maini Sorri.

To Sweden she came from a village near Tampere in Finland when she was seventeen. A teenage love had got her interested in Sweden and she moved to Uppsala with his older sister who would start studying here in town.

– Of course mom probably thought it was a bit tough. At the same time she knew how stubborn I was and that she could not stop me, says Maini Sorri.

In Uppsala, she took music teacher certificate and later worked at various schools around the Upland including the music school in Tierp. She liked being  a music teacher, but in recent years it has been her own music that applied to her.

The music she writes she describes as pop ballades – songs with touching lyrics. She often writes both music and lyrics herself, but lately she has also written music fto other lyricswriters´poems. Maini Sorri describes that she has a small lyrics-hiding-place that she occasionally visit to pick out the best lyrics.

– When I select the lyrics which I compose music for, it is important that they convey a feeling and have something melancholy included. I could never write music to lyrics about a car for example, she says, smiling.

The creation of music seem effortless, when Maini Sorri tells about it. She describes it as the music gets to her, the inspiration is flowing, when she sits down at her piano.

A year ago, an American Music company contacted  her and wanted to promote her songs in the U.S. Through them, she released first her EP Someday in the U.S., and then Let me do your time. The song, which is about a person who wants to take an innocent’s place in prison, is quite different from her other songs. Instead of a sensitive ballad, it is a dance tune with heavy beats.

– My singing coach thought it would fit like a dance tune, says Maini Sorri.

It turned out to be a success. Suddenly Let me do your time was played on many radio stations in the U.S. and Europe, and the song found its way even into the Swedish Digilistan – list of most downloaded songs in Sweden. As highest it was in sixteenth place of the list’s 60 songs. Maini is pleased because she is now played around the world.

– There are so many artists who never get to experience this and I think I wouldn’t have come here if I haven’t worked so hard for so many years, she says.

For Maini Sorri waits exciting new projects. Recently her band that she has together with an Italian singer released new material. The band is called Sorriso, which means smile in Italian. This fall she will release new songs under her own name, it will be both pop ballades and songs with fast beat.

– I’m really excited, I get  little joy shocks now and then, says Maini Sorri.

Translated by Google translater with help from Maini.

Original article published by Uppsalatidningen 13th May 2011 by Anna-Karin Ellenius.