Glenn Fredly: Get ready to welcome the `new Glenn'
THE JAKARTA POST
PREMIUM The Maluku-born singer looked very much like he was enjoying the music at the nightclub. Sporting jeans, a black T-shirt with a "Save the World" slogan printed on it, a hat and a pair of sneakers, the man clapped his hands in the air, dancing around the floor, humming along with the music. Later, he approached the Post, put out his right hand and hailed: "Hi, how are you? Sorry for taking so...