Studio 41 airs Wednesdays during Daybreak on 41NBC. Hosted by Joey Stuckey, Studio 41 features interviews and performances by local musical talent. Daybreak airs from 5am to 7am on 41NBC.
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Chris Crider plays an amazing instrumental titled "Pig Snoot Juke" for us on Studio 41.
Kaylee Pruitt comes to Shadow Sound Studios to talk about the unique history of the Library Ballroom and the future events that you'll definitely want to know about.
Nate "NosRoc" Corson joins us at Shadow Sound Studios for Studio 41.
Katherine Daniel is back once again and she brings us a definite toe tapper.
Studio 41 is finally back and we have the talented Cail Huggins with an original tune that everyone will enjoy.
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.
Thomas Fountain stops by Studio 41.
Gospel singer brings some soul to Studio 41!
Tom Rule plays some Thanksgiving music on the keyboard.
Hear Lisa Danielle play her song "Wishes."
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.
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.
Macon Mayor Robert Reichert shares his experience with growing up with some of the successful Macon musicians.
Hear Josh Carson play his brand new song "Envy or the Hourglass" on Studio 41.
Hear Macon band The Red Heifers
Ashley Harris continues her interview with Joey Stuckey on Studio 41.
Hear Ashley Harris perform her song "One By One" on Studio 41.
Local country group Tiger Creek Band played their orginal song "Sway" on Studio 41.
Hear Rob Sumowski play his song "Cloud Nine."
Hear Cindy Lou Harrington play her original song "On That Precious Day."
Mark Cartwright stopped by Studio 41 to play his recent hit "GA Peaches In My Pocket." Caution: It's catchy.
Studio 41 continues the two-part interview with Middle Georgia legend Kodac Harrison.
Kodac Harrison sits down with Joey Stuckey to recite a spoken word.
Pete Hatfield, of Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame, talks about the upcoming "Ray Melton Music Man Award."
Hear singer-songwriter Bobby Ferguson play his original song "Bright Lights, Big Dreams."
Hear Colt Single Action play their hit "Her Dreams Are Just Like Heaven."
Cypress South plays their song "Better Days" at Studio 41.
Rock and roll band Hott with Harry Leggs sits down with Joey to talk about their musical influences and to play "Dawg House" off of their self titled album.
The Doves are back with their third performance for Studio 41. The husband and wife duo perform an acoustic version of "Angeline" off of their new album called "Day (One)".
Mercer Jazz Quartet gives a soothing performance of an old Swedish folk song.
Savannah stopped by Studio 41 to talk about her album and give us a stellar performance of her hit "All Day Everyday".
Blues artist Barry Darnell sits down with Joey Stuckey to talk about his band "Barry Darnell and the Mobile Slim Band". He also brought guitar player Charles Reynolds along to accompany him on his song "24 Hours a Day". You can catch Barry Darnell performing live this Friday at the Hummingbird in downtown Macon. A live recording will be taking place at the show.
In this week's edition of Studio 41, Shadow Sound Studio's Joey Stuckey sits down with a band member from "All the Locals".
In this week's edition of Studio 41, Shadow Sound Studio's Joey Stuckey presented the Hilliard Brothers. They played an original song called, “Wayfaring Stranger.”
In this week's edition of Studio 41, Shadow Sound Studio's Joey Stuckey sits down with Matthew Hope.