Updated from 1:43 p.m. EDT with "Occupy Wall Street" spokesman apologizing for wrong reports

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The firm that represents music group Radiohead told The Wall Street Journal Friday that the "Occupy Wall Street" gig wasn't happening, and demonstrator spokesman Patrick Bruner confirmed the no-show to TheStreet.

"We can officially confirm this is NOT happening," wrote Steve Martin of Nasty Little Man, the firm that represents Radiohead, according to the Journal.

"Sorry about the confusion. No Radiohead today," Bruner said in an email.

It was originally reported that Radiohead was expected to play a surprise show for "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrators on Friday at 4 p.m. EDT, according to occupywallst.org.

The start of the expected performance would have coincided with the New York Stock Exchange's closing bell.

A spokesperson for "Occupy Wall Street" said earlier the gig would be happening, according to Gothamist.

Radiohead played shows at the Roseland Ballroom in New York on Wednesday and Thursday.

-- Written by Joe Deaux in New York.

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