As a child, Vanamo sang in the radio’s children’s choir and studied piano and flute at the Sibelius Academy. The recording career began at the age of 17 with a single That’s how life is.
In the early 1980s, Vanamo continued his music studies at the Oulunkylä Pop / Jazz College and performed regularly at the school’s student concerts. He performed jazz-focused repertoire as a soloist and a member of vocal ensembles. Sometimes he accompanied himself on the piano.
Early in the year 1984 Vanamo went public by recording a duet with Frederik I just want the sun. As a result of the record, he was attached to CBS and participated in the Spring Tune competition with a song I like you.
In the autumn of the same year, Vanamo’s only album was released I miss Sua.
The line of the album was a youthful pop song and Finnish disco. It contained songs suitable for interpretation by a singer in his twenties. Vanamo was enthusiastic about the material suitable for the spirit of the time and got the best background forces in Finland on his record, such as Kassu Halonen and Janne Louhivuori.
The album ‘s best – known songs were its title track as well Take self-control, which was the Finnish version of Laura Branigan ‘s hit Self Control. Vanamo was the song’s first record label in Finland.
In 1985, Vanamo competed in the melody of Spring with a song It’s all right here and the following year by song Wine last. After that, conductor Antti Hyvärinen asked him to be the second soloist in Marion Rung’s show, which toured the best nightclubs and restaurants in the country. Vanamo sang backgrounds for Rung and two of his own sets during the evening.
Vanamo appeared in television music programs in the 1980s and participated as a competitor in, among other things To ten tons and Speden games. In 1988, she was on a gig break with the birth of her first child.
Returning to the stage came the television In the first star competition 1992. He won the audience vote in the competition and performed for the following years with Marion Rung and as a soloist with his own bands. Among the musicians, Vanamo was valued because he was a musical singer and a confident performer.
1990s in the middle Vanamo withdrew from the music industry and decided to dedicate himself to his children. He became a matriarch who held his family in high esteem. He spent a lot of time with his children and did things with them. For her children, she was a mother and the best guy who gave them great values and a model of motherhood.
Although Vanamo no longer performed at a later age, he was proud of his youthful singing career and his fire at music did not go out.
Musicality was inherited to all children. They have performed in musicals and television singing competitions as well as played in bands. Vanamo advised and encouraged his children to move forward in the music industry.
Vanamo was fun, warm, kind hearted and a great person. His close circle included four adult children and four grandchildren. She was the light of her children, whose departure left a big gap.