Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Bruce Springsteen Adds 81 Performances to ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ Run
Following nearly 50 years of touring the world, Bruce Springsteen has made himself cozy in the intimate Walter Kerr Theatre.
Steven Tyler Announces Solo Tour
After nearly half a century performing with Aerosmith, singer Steven Tyler will hit the road this summer as a solo artist.
Paul Stanley Explains Kiss’ ‘The End of the Road’ Trademark
Frontman Paul Stanley reveals Kiss' trademark application on 'The End of the Road' is about getting their ducks in a row, and doesn't signal pending retirement.
David Bowie’s Audio Engineer: ‘The Girls Are Taking Over’
Audio engineer Erin Tonkon, who works with producer David Visconti and engineered David Bowie's final record, says women are taking over rock.
Bono ‘Reeling and Furious’ Following Harassment Allegations Against ONE
Bono has apologized following numerous allegations of harassment and abuse by senior staff of ONE, the organization he co-founded to fight poverty and disease.
Foo Fighters Perform Live Mashup of John Lennon and Van Halen Covers
The Foo Fighters performed a live mashup in Brazil, singing Van Halen's "Jump" to the music of John Lennon's "Imagine."
Journey’s ‘Greatest Hits’ Reaches 500 Weeks on the Billboard 200
Journey's 'Greatest Hits' has reached the vaunted status of being only the third album to spend 500 weeks on the Billboard 200 in the chart's 61-year history.
That Time Robert Plant Lost Karaoke to an Elvis Impersonator
Picture it: Hong Kong. 1996. A drunken Robert Plant singing Elvis Presley karaoke. A Taiwanese Elvis impersonator in the house.
Keith Richards Promises New Rolling Stones Album
Fifty-four years after releasing their debut album, the Rolling Stones are at work on their next one.
Olympian Ivett Toth Skates to AC/DC
As an armchair Olympic ice skating judge, you may not know your axels from your lutzes, but you certainly recognize an AC/DC song when you hear it.