Markku Aro, born as Markku Tuomas Puputti (3 February 1950 in Mouhijärvi, Finland), is a Finnish singer who performed on Eurovision contest in 1971 in Ireland with the pop-duo Koivistolaiset. They appeared with the song "Tie uuteen päivään" ("Road to a New Day"). He has released many albums in his country.
Erkki Aukusti Junkkarinen (1929-04-22 Suonenjoki – 2008-04-09 Hämeenlinna) was a Finnish singer and also a talented whistler. His career took off 1950 with the song Yksinäinen harmonikka. In 1975 he recorded the song Ruusuja hopeamaljassa, which resulted the first Platinum Record of Finland.
Hannele Kauppinen or better known as Taiska (born 9th of June 1955) is a Finnish folkpop singer who became famous when she won a singing contest in 1975. She signed a contract with the record company Finnlevy. The very same year she made a record and the song Mombasa got enourmous popularity and is still very popular in Finland.
Marita Taavitsainen (born on 24th of August, 1968) is a Finnish schlager singer. In 1995 she won the prestigious title "Tango Queen". In 2006 she took part in the Finnish preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest with the songs "Antaudun" (I Surrender) and "Enkeli itkee" (An Angel's Crying). The latter made it to the national final and came 12th .
Tarja Lunnas (s. 11. elokuuta 1960 Lappajärvi) on suomalainen iskelmälaulaja. Hän tuli tunnetuksi vuoden 1989 Seinäjoen Tangomarkkinoilla, jolloin hän sijoittui toiseksi. Syksyn Sävel -kilpailuun Lunnas osallistui kolme kertaa. Hänen kilpailukappaleensa "Seine" hylättiin kilpailusta vuonna 1997.