Nina Åström is a singer-songwriter, evangelist and teacher from Finland who has worked for more than 30 years now, performing in a great variety of settings, in over 30 countries. She has 17 albums to her name, the most recent being a compilation called “Give me Jesus”, released in late 2019. The album “Avoin taivas” from 2012 has gone platinum in 2020.
In the fall of 2016 a biography in Finnish (Nina Åström Toisin silmin) came out, written by Leevi Launonen. Another development is a Youtube video blog that comes out every two weeks on Nina Åström channel.
Churches, concert halls, prisons, music festivals, the Eurovision Song Contest (she represented her country in the year 2000), slums, tv and radio – a selection of venues where Nina Åström has performed. Wherever she performs however, she aims for a warm a direct contact with the listener and seeks to convey grace and truth in Jesus Christ. Nina has been a follower of Jesus since was 17.
For the last 20 years or so her venues have also included some 400 prisons and drug rehabs in numerous countries, particularly in the former Soviet Union.
Nina Åström is a fluent speaker of English, Swedish and Finnish. She has an English philology major MA degree. Nina Åström is married, the couple has two children and one grandchild.