iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending March 23, 2015:
Nate "NosRoc" Corson joins us at Shadow Sound Studios for Studio 41.
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
Katherine Daniel is back once again and she brings us a definite toe tapper.
Robert Redford is being honored with Lincoln Center's 42nd annual Chaplin Award.
A representative for Celine Dion says the singer will return to the Las Vegas stage but offered no dates for future performances.
A 40th anniversary celebration for "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" is coming in the general direction of the Tribeca Film Festival.
The director of a movie about musician Gregg Allman pleaded guilty Monday in a train crash that killed a camera assistant and injured six film workers, and prosecutors in exchange dropped charges against his wife and business partner.
Madonna, Rihanna and Sam Smith will perform at the second annual iHeartRadio Music Awards this month.
Tony Award-winner "Memphis: The Musical" and Carole King show "Beautiful" lead the race for British theater's Olivier Awards, with a clutch of nominations each, including best new musical.
As Lori Goldstein was beginning her career in the late 1970s, stylists weren't a staple of the fashion industry, home shopping networks didn't exist and a naked and pregnant Demi Moore had yet to bare her belly at checkout counters everywhere from the cover of Vanity Fair.
Having handed out more than $1 million to help independent bookstores, James Patterson is now sharing his wealth with some other vital, but often struggling institutions: School libraries.
Jay Leno is making a comeback — in Israel.
Studio 41 is finally back and we have the talented Cail Huggins with an original tune that everyone will enjoy.
Predictions of doom for the Dowager Countess of Grantham may be premature.
The release date for the latest book by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a women's rights advocate and leading critic of Islam, has been moved up from late April to March 24.
The former Maine summer home of beauty magnate Elizabeth Arden has been purchased by a nonprofit dedicated to disabled veterans.
Conductor Simon Rattle is swapping a podium in Berlin for one in Britain, taking over as music director of the London Symphony Orchestra.
The Playboy Jazz Festival will pay tribute to one of Los Angeles' own jazz greats, Gerald Wilson, with son Anthony Wilson leading his late father's big band.
It's a sad day for classical music lovers. New York City's last classical sheet music store is closing for good on Friday.
A Disneyland memorabilia collector has taken a cue from the movie "Frozen" and decided to "Let It Go."
Ezra Laderman, a classical music composer whose works ranged from symphonies to operas to music for Academy Award-winning films, has died. He was 90.
Tena Stivicic has won the oldest and most prestigious playwriting prize for women.
Tony award winner Lea Salonga says talks have not yet been finalized on her joining the cast of George Takei's musical "Allegiance" on Broadway, but added it is a show she wants to be part of.
Sara Gilbert shared the news of her new baby on "The Talk."
A Philadelphia artist has disclosed that his museum portrait of former President Bill Clinton contains a shadow reference to Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress.
Will Smith's crime caper "Focus" debuted with $18.7 million, according to final figures Monday, while the previous North American box office leader, "Fifty Shades of Grey," sunk to fourth place.
Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight told a judge that he is suffering from blindness and other health complications moments before he was taken to a hospital Monday morning.
Daytime television's most popular personality, "Judge Judy" Sheindlin, has extended her contract for three years and plans to keep her court in session into 2020.
Britain's Royal Mint has unveiled a new portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that will soon appear on coins.
A judge says CeeLo Green has complied with the conditions of probation in a felony drug case and will not have to attend any further court hearings in Los Angeles.
Leonard Nimoy, world famous 'Star Trek'; fans through a beloved cult TV series and a half-dozen films as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spock, has died.
It's going on Saturday and Sunday at the Macon Centerplex.
Joey Stuckey, Macon’s music ambassador, will be travelling to London for a 10 day tour in just a few weeks. The tour will include a two-day conference for visually impaired musicians on March 10 and 11. Joey will be performing and speaking during the conference. His single, ‘Blind Man Drivin’ will be released at the trendy Ivey House in London on March 12.
NBC says it is suspending Brian Williams as "Nightly News" anchor and managing editor for six months without pay for misleading the public about his experiences covering the Iraq War.
Thomas Fountain stops by Studio 41.
Gospel singer brings some soul to Studio 41!
The University of Georgia's Redcoat Band plans to perform a tribute to James Brown at halftime of the Georgia-Georgia Tech football game.
Tom Rule plays some Thanksgiving music on the keyboard.
Hear Lisa Danielle play her song "Wishes."
The family of a film worker who was killed in a train accident while shooting a movie near Savannah has reached a settlement with several defendants in a civil suit.
Rock band "Far From Over" stopped by Studio 41 to play some music.
Macon indie band "sunDollars" plays a new song on Studio 41.
Beau + Luci stopped by Studio 41 to play some music.
Hear Jonathan Sawyer play an original song.
The TLC network on Friday canceled its colorful series about child beauty pageant contestant Honey Boo Boo and her Georgia family.
Kim Meeks stopped by Studio 41 to play an original song.
Hear Candice Emerson play a song she wrote for her father.
The Vineyard Band stopped by Studio 41 to play an original song and talk about their music.
Mayor Robert Reichert talks about what Macon is doing to keep it's place in music on the map.