Studio 10: “There aren’t many places left on Australian TV where you get the chance to do a live music performance”

Studio 10: “There aren’t many places left on Australian TV where you get the chance to do a live music performance”

The loss of Studio 10 will doubtless be felt by those in the industry, given morning television is a space for live performances and promotion of arts & entertainment.

Today Angela Bishop told viewers, “What I’m so proud of, and I know you are too Tristan, is the support we’ve been able to give great Australian artists on this show. They’ve been able to do live performances.

“We’ve had authors, we’ve had poets, we’ve had playwrights, we’ve had huge Hollywood stars and up and coming actors and actresses.

“We’ve had dancers, we’ve had big music stars performing and some that you’ve never heard of, but maybe you went out and bought their song after you saw them on Studio 10. That’s a passion of mine, the artists of Australia, and to be able to platform them here….”

She continued, “The way our production crew was able to show them off, some of those performances we did, I’m just so enormously proud of that.

“I had a whole lot of, particularly musos, reach out to me last night, just to say thanks for that opportunity.

“Because there aren’t many places left on Australian television where you get the chance to do a live music performance.

“And I think that’s going to be really missed.”

Studio 10 wraps on December 22 on 10.