Abbie Chatfield has launched the brand-new segment, Australian Made on her national Nights show, Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield, across the Hit Network.
Australian Made has been created to celebrate and highlight Australian musicians with interviews and live performances. Each Thursday a special musical guest will join Abbie in an intimate studio where they will perform two songs live and sit down for a chat about their artistry.
Keli Holiday, also known as Adam Hyde from Peking Duk, was the first to feature in the series with his performance of ‘We Don’t Have To Know’ and ‘Where You Feel’. Singer-songwriters Syccoand Lucy Lucy have also stepped into the studio to perform and chat with Abbie about being in the industry and telling those stories behind the music.
Abbie Chatfield said: “I love Australian music, it’s the majority of what I listen to and with theAustralian Made series we’re finally able to spotlight Australian artists on the show. From big names to small local bands who send in DMs to the show, Aussie artists are so talented and I’m so glad I can provide this platform to share their music.”
Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield from 7-9pm weeknights across the Hit Network or on the LiSTNR app.