Corrections and Clarifications

In our November issue the columns were accidentally shifted in the list of Alan Rhody's single releases, causing it to appear that Alan's original "All My Cloudy Days Are Gone" was co-written by Jimmy C. Newman. Rhody did not have a co-writer for the song, and Newman should have been listed under the "Artist" column. The year was 1982 and the label was Delta.

Because of an incredibly hectic deadline, we inadvertently ran the October Advertiser Directory in the November issue. We are sorry for any inconvenience. (It certainly inconvenienced us. If I had known we were going to run the old directory, I wouldn't have bothered to type up a new one for November. Editor.)

Also in our November issue, we incorrectly said that The Kentucky Headhunters are based in Bowling Green, Ky. They've played there, but they are, I believe, based in Glasgow, Ky. Or is it Nashville, Tenn.? Perhaps the five band members can let us know by sending the correct information on an 8 x 10 glossy, with all five signatures.

In the November issue we incorrectly stated that the chairperson of Heart to to Heart's Industrial Strength Auction was Jo Ross. It should have named Kate Clarke as chairperson. Jo Ross should have been included in the list of people who were credited with giving their time and energy to Heart to Heart, a group that helps those in Louisville suffering with AIDS, and the Council for Retarded Citizens.