Taiwanese rock duo Power Station had a successful live concert on Facebook, drawing more than 151,000 live viewers at its peak, reported Sin Chew Daily.
Yu Chiu-hsin and Yen Chih-lin, both from Taiwan's indigenous Paiwan tribe, entertained fans on Wednesday after their concerts were cancelled due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
"It's been such a long time since we've seen everyone.
"We miss you and we want to have a chat and sing a few songs for everyone," Yu said.
Despite the duo's first performance via live stream, Yu and Yen captivated the audience by first rendering songs from their first album, A Cruel Love Letter, released in 1997.
The hour-long concert hit a peak with Malaysian viewers when Power Station sang Missing You is a Habit, written by Malaysian composer Chang Sang Teck.
Among the 151,000 viewers were artistes from Malaysia including Z-Chen, Hoon Mei Sim, Frennie Hew and Lau Han Jie.
Power Station reached the height of their popularity in the late 1990s.
Their looks and long hair, believed to have been inspired by heavy metal bands, made them stand out in the mainstream Taiwanese pop scene.