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The thrill of rapping live--even before an audience as odd as the one on the yacht--keeps Salt-N-Pepa going, but Denton concedes that there are drawbacks to life on the road. "I have this phobia when we're driving at night on the bus," she says. "I'm always waking up every hour and running up to the driver to make sure he's okay, that he's not sleeping, because I have this fear that we're going to go over a cliff or something.

"That's why I'm thinking about going into acting," she points out, chuckling. "And I wouldn't mind doing another game show. I've been practicing on Pictionary."

Salt-N-Pepa. 8 p.m. Monday, April 5, Music Hall at Lodo, 1902 Blake, $16.50-$18, 303-298-7994.

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