Coke Studio is a Pakistani music television series which features live studio music performances by various artists, started in June 2008, originating from the Brazilian show, Estúdio Coca-Cola. The show is produced by Coca-Cola Company and Strings Band. Coke Studio has been popular, receiving critical acclaim and frequently being rebroadcast on television and radio in Pakistan.
Coke Studio Season 10
Coke Studio is a Pakistani musical television series. Its tenth season began on 11 August 2017 on the occasion of Pakistan’s Independence Day. Strings and The Coca-Cola Company emceed the show as executive producers, while the show returned with the previous year’s format of music directors leading and producing their own songs under Strings’ supervision, despite the decision of not adopting this format for next year.
Coke Studio Season 9
The ninth season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio commenced airing in Pakistan on 13 August 2016, concluded on 24 September 2016 and contained 7 episodes. Season nine aired Fridays (digitally) and Saturdays (televised), on various timings and channels across the country.
Coke Studio Season 8
The eighth season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio premiered on 16 August 2015 and aired its finale on 4 October 2015. It aired a weekly episode every Sunday on various channels across Pakistan. The season was revived under the tagline of The Sound of Nation.
Coke Studio Season 7
The seventh season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio premiered on 21 September 2014. and aired it finale episode on 22 November 2014. Previously it was scheduled to premiere on 7 September 2014 but was delayed due to an ongoing political crisis which has caught the media attention everywhere. Season premiered under the tagline of Sound of the Nation.
Coke Studio Season 6
The sixth season of the hit Pakistani music television series Coke Studio was premierd on 27 October,2013.
Rohail Hyatt and Umber Hyatt continued as producers of the show. Among the houseband, Louis ‘Gumby’ Pinto & Jaffer Ali Zaidi returned to the show on drums and keyboards respectively after their absence from last season. Other members included Asad Ahmed on guitar, Babar Ali Khanna on dholak, Kamran ‘Mannu’ Zafar on bass, Sikandar Mufti on percussions and drums, Omran Shafique on guitar, Zoe Viccaji and Rachel Viccaji on backing vocals The houseband also featured international musicians for the first time in show’s history,from countries like Italy, Serbia, Nepal, Turkey, Bangladesh, Morocco and Norway.
Coke Studio Season 5
The fifth season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio commenced airing on 13 May 2012. The season consisted of five episodes, which aired on May 13, May 27, June 10, June 24 and July 8 respectively.
Rohail Hyatt and Umber Hyatt continued as producers of the show. Among the houseband, Louis ‘Gumby’ Pinto left the show due to him being the executive producer of the show Uth Records by Ufone. Jaffer Ali Zaidi also left the show and was replaced by Mubashir Admani. Raheel Manzar Paul and Zulfiq ‘Shazee’ Ahmed Khan also left the show. Farhad Humuyun was recruited as the new drummer for the fifth series.
Coke Studio Season 4
The fourth season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio commenced airing on May 22, 2011 and ended on July 17, 2011.
Rohail Hyatt and his wife Umber Hyatt remained as the producers of the show. The houseband recruited drummer Raheel Manzar Paul and vocalist Rachel Viccaji. The houseband saw Sanam Saeed and Saba Shabbir leaving the band and the rest of the houseband remained unchanged.
Coke Studio Season 3
The third season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio commenced airing on June 6, 2010 and ended on August 6, 2010.
Rohail Hyatt continued as the executive producer along with Umber Hyatt as the producer of the show. The production team included Naseer-ud-din Wasif as the technical manager, Zeeshan Parwez assisted by Adnan Malik on video production, Danial Hyatt on visual and animations and Selina Rashid with her firm Lotus as public relations
Coke Studio Season 2
The second season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio commenced airing on June 14, 2009 and ended on August 14, 2009 on Independence Day. The second series of Coke Studio included notable differences from the first series, including the fact that the live audiences were excluded. The series also ran for longer, this time there were five episodes in total and in each episode there were five or more performances by the featuring artists. Rohail Hyatt returned as the executive producer along with Umber Hyatt as the producer of the show.
Coke Studio Season 1
The first season of the Pakistani music television series Coke Studio commenced airing on February 6, 2008 and ended on April 18, 2008.
The show was produced by The Coca-Cola Company and Rohail Hyatt. The production team included Rohail Hyatt as the executive producer along with Umber Hyatt being the producer of the show. Natasha De Souza and Naseer-ud-din Wasif served as production team members