Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
David Byrne Announces New ‘American Utopia’ Album, ‘Everybody’s Coming to My House’ Single
David Byrne is putting out his first solo album in 14 years, and previewing it with the single "Everybody’s Coming to My House."
Juliana Hatfield’s New Album Is Hopelessly Devoted to Olivia Newton-John
Juliana Hatfield is set to release an album of Olivia-Newton John covers 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.
The Cure Had a Fun Side, Lol Tolhurst Insists
The Cure's co-founder Lol Tolhurst says the band was a lot more fun than people gave the punk rockers credit for.
Maroon 5’s Adam Levine Sells L.A. Home for $18 Million Cash
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and his wife have sold one home for $18 million, while Levine's old bachelor pad is still on the market for $15.9 million.
‘Don’t You Want Me, Qantas?': Human League Star Clashes With Airline Over Boot Ban
Human League member Joanne Catherall was denied access to Qantas airline business lounge becasuse her UGG boots were considered sleepwear.
Ralph Carney, Multi-instrumentalist and Tom Waits Collaborator, Dies at 61
The innovative saxophonist Ralph Carney died today as a result of injuries sustained in an accident.
Watch Thom Yorke Debut New Solo Song ‘I’m a Very Rude Person’
This was the first solo appearance of the year for Radiohead's frontman, following a string of shows in support 2016's 'Moon Shaped Pool.'
Musicians Celebrate Doug Jones’ Alabama Senate Victory
Musicians react to news of Democrat Doug Jones' hard-fought victory in 2017 Alabama Senate race.
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.