Corrections & Clarifications

In our April issue the song "Detroit City" was erroneously said to have been written by Harlan Howard. Although Howard is a prolific and talented songwriter, the writers of the song that Bobby Bare took to the top ten on the country charts and to number 16 on the pop charts were Mel Tillis and Danny Dill.

Also, in the LASC Letter for April, the name of one of the co-writers of "Heart of Dixie" was inadvertently omitted. Charlie Walls and Diana Black wrote the song.

Our apologies to "Bluegrass Bits" columnist Berk Bryant for the tarnished headline about the Ft. Knox Heritage House Dinner Theatre's presentation of "The Day of Vaudeville / A Night in Burlesque." Berk had performed a bit of magic in the production, hence the headline "24-Karat Magic at Ft. Knox." Our computer apparently performed a bit of magic of its own, as the headline appeared with the first digit missing, lowering the purity of the gold by 20 karats, and turning the compliment into a slam. (Don't think it was intended as a comment on your performance, Berk, although that bathing-suit skit wasn't exactly pure-itanical. _ Editor.)