EDM Fans Petition About Red Rocks Noise Restrictions Nearing 16,000 Signatures

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Denver blog posts boast plenty of beats per minute.

At our Backbeat blog, Mary Willson reports that at least 14,500 people were supporting a petition about Red Rocks noise ordinances thought to target EDM concerts -- and an additional 1,000-plus have signed on since the post's original publication.

Big Media's Jason Salzman credits a KLZ host for asking a tough question of Ken Buck about the Department of Homeland Security.

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