Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Judge Denies Prince’s Siblings’ Request to Relocate Hollywood Vault
A judge not only denied a request from Prince's siblings to relocate his vault away from the California wildfires, but warned of sanctions against a repeat.
Alice in Chains Announce Spring 2018 North American Tour
Alice in Chains has announced a North American headlining tour that will kick off in Boston on April 28, 2018.
Liam Gallagher Wants Brother Noel to ‘Come to His F—ing Senses’ for Christmas
Liam Gallagher says he still loves his brother and former bandmate Noel, but hopes he comes to his senses for Christmas.
Recording of David Bowie and Brian Eno Jamming With Devo Discovered
Devo frontman Mark Mothersbaugh rediscovers tapes of his band jamming with David Bowie and Brian Eno while making their debut album in Germany.
Bjork Reveals Unreleased Collaboration with Wu Tang Clan’s RZA
Bjork talks about her unreleased collaboration with Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA.
The National Celebrate Thanksgiving with Another ‘Bob’s Burgers’ Cover
The National cover "Give It To Teddy," a song from the 2017 Thanksgiving episode of 'Bob's Burgers.'
Green Day’s New ‘Back in the USA’ Video Breaks Down the American Dream
In a new John Carpenter-inspired video for "Back in the USA," Green Day tears down the American Dream to reveal it never really existed.
Listen to the Stone Temple Pilots’ First Song With New Singer Jeff Gutt
Jeff Gutt reportedly tried out with the Stone Temple Pilots in September 2016, and then spent the next year secretly completing new material.
Brand New’s Touring Guitarist Drops Out, Band Cancels Tour Dates
Following allegations of sexual misconduct against Brand New frontman Jesse Lacey, the band has canceled upcoming tour dates.
U2 Announces Long-Awaited ‘Songs of Experience’ Album and Tour Details
After nearly a year of waiting, fans are finally getting the complete details on U2's 'Songs of Experience,' which is confirmed for a Dec. 1 release.