MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) -- Joey Stuckey headed to Nashville, Tennessee for this week's edition of Studio41. Stuckey sat down with country music legend Razzy Bailey to find out how he got his start in Macon.
Rasie Michael "Razzy" Bailey cut his first recordings in 1949 at the age of ten. In 1966, he contributed a number of songs to Atlantic Records' Bill Lowery, among them "9,999,999 Tears," which Lowery agreed to produce. Razzy experienced success with a string of five number one hits -- "Loving Up a Storm," "I Keep Coming Back," "Friends," "Midnight Hauler," and "She Left Love All Over Me" -- and in 1981 was named Billboard magazine's Country Singles Artist of the Year. The albums Razzy (1980), Makin' Friends (1981), Feelin' Right, and A Little More Razzy (both 1982) were also very successful.