Finnish musicians died because of Diabetes mellitus

Here are 1 famous musicians from Finland died in Diabetes mellitus:

Juice Leskinen

Juice Leskinen (February 19, 1950 Juankoski-November 24, 2006 Tampere) a.k.a. Leskinen, Juice Slam, Pauli Matti Juhani Leskinen, Juhani Juice Leskinen, Juice Leskinen Slam or Juhani Leskinen was a Finnish singer-songwriter, composer, writer and poet. His children are called Johanna Leskinen, Leevi Leskinen, Eeva-Maaria Leskinen and Joona Leskinen.

His albums: Singlet 1974-76, Tähän saakka, Dokumentti, Kokoelma, Minä, Sietämätön mies, Kiveä ja sämpylää, Kautta aikain, Uupuneet and L.

Juice Leskinen was one of the most influential artists in Finnish music history. He was known for his unique voice, intelligent lyrics, and his ability to blend different music genres. He released his first album in 1974 and quickly gained a following with his provocative lyrics and rebellious attitude.

Aside from music, Leskinen was also a prolific writer and poet. He wrote several books and his poetry often dealt with social issues and politics. His music was heavily influenced by the underground cultural movements of the 1960s and 1970s, and he often addressed social and political themes in his songs.

Leskinen was known for his larger-than-life personality and his sometimes controversial behavior. Despite this, he remained one of Finland's most popular and beloved artists until his untimely death in 2006. He was posthumously awarded the Pro Finlandia medal in recognition of his contributions to Finnish culture.

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