Correction: AC/DC Not 'Hokey,' After All!

From the wires:

Correction: AC/DC story
Eds: Members who used BC-Music-AC/DC, sent Nov. 6 under a New York dateline, are asked to use the following story.

NEW YORK (AP) -- In a Nov. 6 story about AC/DC, The Associated Press erroneously quoted producer Brendan O'Brien as saying the band's music was aggressive in a way that's catchy and "hokey." The word he actually used was "hooky," which is music-industry parlance for a song full of irresistible refrains, or "hooks."

By J. Freedom du Lac |  November 18, 2008; 5:56 PM ET Errors , Journalism , Say What?
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Not, actually they are. A good kind of hokey, but still a bit hokey at this point.

Posted by: EricS2 | November 19, 2008 12:05 AM

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