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Thanks to a common mission and shared ideals, five prominent Indonesian guitarists have joined together to form a group called Six Strings. With members Dewa Budjana, Tohpati, Baron, Baim and Eross Candra, the group aims to regenerate the music scene and encourage young musicians to perform live instead of simply posting their music on social media.
The Jakarta Post proudly presented Six Strings' debut performance at Bentara Budaya Jakarta on May 12, alongside Fajar Andi Nugroho (bass), Yohanes Martin Siahaan (keyboard) and Yandi Andaputra (drums).
(The Jakarta Post/ I.G. Dharma J.S.)