Florida Republican Seek Campaign Assistance From AC/DC Singer
Jeremy Wallace of HeraldTribune.com writes: "Is U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris a heavy metal rocker?
"Maybe so, according to comments she made Saturday at a campaign rally in Sarasota.
"When the Longboat Key Republican took the stage at the event, she thanked MOODY BLUES drummer and Bradenton resident Graeme Edge, who was set to perform. In addition, Harris openly wondered if 'our good friend' Brian Johnson, a Bird Key resident, was going to attend the campaign kick-off.
"Johnson is the lead singer of AC/DC, the heavy metal rockers from Australia who made songs like 'Back in Black' and 'Highway to Hell' FM-radio standbys." Read more.
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