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Caribou Ranch auction: Nearly 500 pieces of music history sold in Denver

Dave Heaton of Arvada checks out a Gibson Firebird bass guitar said to be played by the Chicago’s Terry Kath. It was standing-room only inside the auction room at the Denver Design Center on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. (Photo by Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post)

Hundreds gathered for the Caribou Ranch auction, held at the Denver Design Center, where Leslie Hindman Auctioneers sold nearly 500 items from the ranch and recording studio.



King Tuff: From jacuzzis to mermaids to touring with Ex Hex

Ahead of his show at the Larimer Lounge on Jan. 27, King Tuff's Kyle Thomas talks to Reverb about unexplainable recording phenomena during his latest LP “Black Moon Spell” and hanging out at Moe’s BBQ. Photo courtesy of Sub Pop.

Ahead of his show at the Larimer Lounge on Jan. 27, King Tuff’s Kyle Thomas talks to Reverb about unexplainable recording phenomena during his latest LP “Black Moon Spell” and hanging out at Moe’s BBQ.



Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh to curate Clyfford Still Museum exhibit in Denver

DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 22: Artist and musician Mark Mothersbaugh is photographed in front of what he calls an untitled coagulation of rugs and video exhibit that is part of his show called Myopia at The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver), in Denver, CO on October 22, 2014. These pieces are rugs that he created and there will be videos on each one making the images come alive. Mark Mothersbaugh is an American musician, composer, singer and painter. He is a co-founder of the new wave band Devo and has been its lead singer since 1972. (Photo By Helen H. Richardson/ The Denver Post)

Mark Mothersbaugh, founder of the pop band Devo and the star of a current retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, will next curate an exhibit at another city institution, the Clyfford Still Museum.



Best Denver area shows this week: Run the Jewels, Wiredogs, King Tuff and more

Run the Jewels @ the Gothic Theatre

Run the Jewels, Wiredogs, King Tuff and more make our picks of the best Denver-area shows this week.



Want to buy a Jack White baseball card?

Want to buy a Jack White baseball card?

After his summer visiting stadiums during his 2014 tour, Topps has made a special Jack White baseball card.



Rush announces R40 2015 tour with a Denver Pepsi Center show

Rush @ Pepsi Center by John Leyba/The Denver Post

Tune your air guitars, drums and basses — Rush is coming back to Denver on its 40th anniversary tour.



Motley Crue’s final tour comes to the Pepsi Center … again

Motley Crue 2014

Five months after bringing its final tour to Denver’s Pepsi Center, Motley Crue has announced that it will bring its final tour to Denver’s Pepsi Center.



Puddle of Mudd frontman arrested at Denver International Airport, according to police

Wes Scantlin's mug shot provided by the Denver Police Department.

Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin was arrested for allegedly riding on a baggage carousel at Denver International Airport, according to police reports.



Sleater-Kinney, “No Cities To Love” review: Don’t call it a reunion

“No Cities To Love,” Sleater-Kinney's first album since going on hiatus in 2006, sounds as fresh as is does familiar.

“No Cities To Love,” Sleater-Kinney’s first album since going on hiatus in 2006, sounds as fresh as is does familiar.



Mastodon, Clutch announce 2015 tour with a Red Rocks date

Mastodon

Nearly a year to the day from its last Denver-area performance, Mastodon will return to Colorado to co-headline Red Rocks Amphitheatre with Clutch.