Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Here’s How to Send a Mother’s Day eCard With Billy Joel’s Music
This Mother's Day, ask yourself a simple question: What would Billy Joel do?
Huey Lewis on His Devastating Meniere’s Diagnosis: ‘It Can Get Better; It Just Hasn’t’
The disorder can cause progressive hearing loss, vertigo, tinnitus and ear pressure.
The Whole World Colored Itself Purple to Say Goodbye to Prince
When Prince died two years ago, buildings, bridges and monuments across the country and beyond lit up purple to honor his legacy.
‘Alone With Chrissie Hynde’ Documentary Gets DVD Release
The Pretenders frontwoman tells it like it is in the documentary 'Alone With Chrissie Hynde,' which is set for a DVD release.
Chad Channing Recalls His Time in Nirvana Without Regrets
What happens when you leave a band right before it hits big?
David Byrne Extends ‘American Utopia’ Tour
After kicking off his 'American Utopia' tour at the beginning of the month, David Byrne has now expanded it.
Julian Casablancas Doesn’t Like the Beatles, Is Confused by Pop Music
Julian Casablancas isn't likely to make a lot of friends with his latest interview, after calling his distaste for the Beatles an "advantage."
Weezer Bassist Scott Shriner Sells California Home for $2.4 Million
In a month, Weezer bassist Scott Shriner sold his Silver Lake home — for $250,000 more than his asking price.
The Cure to Release ‘Mixed Up’ Reissue and ‘Town Down’ for Record Store Day
The Cure will release a vinyl pressing of their 1990 record 'Mixed Up,' along with a new collection of remixes called 'Torn Down' for Record Store Day.
45 Music Festivals Pledge Gender Equality by 2022
The PRS Foundation has signed 45 international music festivals onto their Keychange initiative, pledging to include an even gender split on future lineups.