Michael Jackson

Setting the record straight on Michael Jackson: Denver author’s “definitive” biography

Steve Knopper’s fearlessness in tackling thorny, gargantuan subjects can be traced to his first book, “Appetite for Self-Destruction: The Spectacular Crash of the Record Industry in the Digital Age.” The Rolling Stone contributing editor and freelance writer managed to wrestle a monumental topic into an approachable narrative that spoke directly to music fans instead of littering them from on high with smug insight.

Caribou Ranch property, historic recording studio up for sale

By Alicia Wallace, Camera Business Writer Music producer Jim Guercio is selling the remainder of Caribou Ranch near Nederland — including the historic recording studio that hosted artists including Elton John, Chicago, John Lennon, the Beach Boys, U2 and Michael Jackson — for $45 million, according to an online property listing.

I Might Be Wrong: Super Bowl halftime is an art that takes a real artist

I can remember it like it was yesterday: Michael Jackson appearing and then reappearing in corners of the Rose Bowl as if he were part of the climactic scene of “Three Amigos.” Jackson busted out tunes like “Billie Jean” and “Black and White,” scored higher ratings than the blowout 1993 game between the Cowboys and Bills and ushering in a new era of Super Bowl superstardom.

Album reviews: The Muppets, Michael Jackson, Keith Jarrett

Various Artists, "The Muppets Original Soundtrack" (Walt Disney Records) Welcome back, Muppets. It's like they never left. On the original soundtrack to their latest film, "The Muppets," the producers are wise to include some of the most beloved songs from the Muppets' past in addition to wonderful new additions, including four written by Bret McKenzie, creator and co-star of "Flight of the Conchords." Is "Rainbow Connection" included?

Amos Lee @ the Gothic Theatre

[photopress:amos.jpg,full,pp_image] Amos Lee covered all his bases -- including pop, folk, blues and a Queen cover -- at his Gothic Theatre show this weekend. Television producers love Amos Lee.