Get your blood pumping and feet moving as you rock out to some energetic rock anthems this evening – courtesy of Taiwanese rock duo, Power Station.
In a post on its Facebook page on Monday (April 13), the duo, comprising Yu Chiu-hsin and Yen Chih-lin, announced that they would be broadcasting an e-concert, Power To Sing At Home.
The concert, a pun on its name, will be held via Facebook Live today (April 15) at 6pm.
The accompanying text reads: "Free up your time. Let's chat and sing together online."
The post garnered more than 9,000 shares as of Tuesday afternoon, and many fans are looking forward to the event and some requesting their favourite songs.
The Power Station duo are not the only artistes offering e-concerts in this difficult period, with many cities making their citizens stay home to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
On Friday 8pm, Taiwanese singer Rene Liu will be performing an online concert live on Facebook and YouTube. Meanwhile, American rock band The Killers will be performing on Instagram Live this Saturday.
On Sunday (April 12), Hong Kong singer Sam Hui live-streamed a concert, singing 20 songs for an audience of more than 2.55 million people. – The Straits Times/Asia News Network
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