Laila Halme

1934 - Today

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Laila Sinikka Halme, née Soppi (4 March 1934, Jääski), is a Finnish singer who performed on Eurovision in 1963 with the song "Muistojeni laulu" ("The Song of My Memories"). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Laila Halme has received more than 14,210 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Laila Halme is the 1,261st most popular singer (down from 998th in 2019), the 1,581st most popular biography from Russia and the 26th most popular Russian Singer.

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  • 14k

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  • 57.93

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 5.19

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 1.90

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among singers, Laila Halme ranks 1,261 out of 3,541Before her are Leeteuk, Tomas Ledin, Goran Karan, Pete Ham, Ali Akbar Khan, and Maria Guleghina. After her are Daniela Dessì, Bill Kaulitz, Mahsun Kırmızıgül, Lasse Berghagen, Namie Amuro, and Lisa Stansfield.

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Among people born in 1934, Laila Halme ranks 338Before her are Murtaza Rakhimov, Shirley Horn, Joyce Van Patten, Inger Berggren, Helga Haase, and Harrison Birtwistle. After her are Jimmy Garrison, Steve Lacy, Julius Wess, Gilbert Strang, Östen Warnerbring, and Rico Rodriguez.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Laila Halme ranks 1,581 out of 2,688Before her are Anatoly Karatsuba (1937), Yury Malyshev (1941), Valentin Bubukin (1933), Aleksey Pleshcheyev (1825), Vsevolod Vishnevsky (1900), and Lev Kassil (1905). After her are Sergey Gorodetsky (1884), Gregory Ratoff (1897), Aleksei Arbuzov (1908), Andrey Zaliznyak (1935), Valentin Ivanov (1961), and Alexander Dityatin (1957).

Among SINGERS In Russia

Among singers born in Russia, Laila Halme ranks 26Before her are Irina Arkhipova (1925), Dima Bilan (1981), Nikolai Slichenko (1934), John Kay (1944), Irina Allegrova (1952), and Sergei Lemeshev (1902). After her are Grigory Leps (1962), Leonid Sobinov (1872), Yuri Shevchuk (1957), Sainkho Namtchylak (1957), Zemfira (1976), and Tina Karol (1985).