Lea Laven


Lea Laven

Lea Laven (born 19 June 1948, Haukipudas as Lea Luukinen) is a Finnish pop singer. Her best known songs include "Tumma Nainen" (Finnish version of Cher's hit song "Dark Lady"), "Ei oo ei tuu", and "Nyt kun oot mennyt".

External links

* [http://www.lealaven.com/ Lea Laven] official site (in Finnish)


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