Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Jack White Announces 2018 North American Tour
Following news of an imminent solo record release, Jack White has announced an extensive North American tour to begin in April 2018.
Billie Joe Armstrong Calls for Impeachment, Says Trump ‘Sick and Unfit for Office’
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, issues plea for the commander-in-chief to be removed from office.
Led Zeppelin to Celebrate 50th Anniversary With Illustrated Book
Led Zeppelin announced they'll celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2018 by releasing an illustrated book with Reel Art Press.
The Day the Beatles Met Fats Domino
In 1964, a bunch of rock 'n' roll legends met face-to-face in New Orleans.
Butthole Surfers Working on First New LP in 16 Years
The psychedelic punk band Butthole Surfers is making headway on their ninth studio album, which they say crosses a lot of genre lines.
Everybody Is Covering Tom Petty Songs Onstage
No one song has emerged to lead the parade of tribute covers, but artists from a variety of genres are showing their respect for the man and his music.
Aerosmith Cancel Tour Dates Due to Steven Tyler’s Undisclosed Medical Issues
Aerosmith have canceled a handful of dates while singer Steven Tyler recovers from an undisclosed illness.
Dave Grohl Discusses Cornell, Bennington Suicides: ‘Depression Is a Disease’
In an interview with a New Zealand radio station, the two Foo Fighters remember Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington, and discuss the stigma of depression.
Bonnie Tyler to Sing ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ on Total Eclipse Cruise
In a blast from the past, the '80s singer will perform her hit on a cruise ship as they sail under the total solar eclipse next week.
Liam Gallagher Won’t Make ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Appearance with ‘Knobhead’ James Corden
At least the ex-Oasis singer didn't call James Corden a "potato," right?