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Elvy Sukaesih (born June 25, 1951) is one of the most popular singers in Java, Indonesia, and has been dubbed the Queen of Dangdut. Sukaesih has a significant fanbase in other Asian countries such as Japan. She has been a prolific recording artist since the late 1960s.
Elvy Sukaesih's male counterpart is the King of Dangdut, Rhoma Irama.
- Raja Dan Ratu - Rhoma Irama and Elvy Sukaesih 1975
- Pesta Panen, 1990
- The Return of Diva, 1992
- Contributing artist
- The Rough Guide To The Music Of Indonesia
- The Far Eastern Audio Review (Web site)
- Lonely Planet Theme Guide, Dangdut, Indonesia
- Weintraub, Andrew N. 2010. Dangdut Stories: a social and musical history of Indonesia’s most popular music. Oxford University Press.
- (Indonesian) Profile In Indonesian
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