Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney and Michelle Branch Expecting First Child
The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney and finance Michelle Branch have pushed back their summer wedding as they make way for their first child together.
Jack White Bans Cellphone Use at Upcoming Tour Dates
Jack White is tired of seeing lit-up screens instead of faces at his shows, so for his upcoming tour, he's announced a ban on cellphones.
Gene Simmons: ‘I Did Nothing’ to Warrant Fox News Ban
Gene Simmons said he had done nothing to warrant Fox News' recent lifetime ban and commented on other allegations against him.
Brian Johnson Says Malcolm Young ‘Never Missed a Trick’
Brian Johnson has opened up about his former AC/DC bandmate Malcolm Young, who died last weekend.
Goosebump Alert: Watch a Stadium Full of Football Fans Sing a Tom Petty Song
Watch as a stadium full of Florida Gators fans honor Tom Petty by singing "I Won't Back Down."
Everything You Need to Know About the Queen Movie ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
The Queen movie 'Bohemian Rhapsody' has taken a long, dramatic road to production. Here's what you need to know.
Alex Lifeson Reportedly Shoots Down LeeLifeson Rumors
Sorry, Rush fans. LeeLifeson apparently isn't happening.
Foo Fighters’ Acropolis Concert to Air on PBS
The band's performance at the historic monument was filmed for 'Landmarks Live in Concert,' which has now set an air date for the episode.
Watch a Man Sing Pearl Jam’s ‘Even Flow’ While Getting Arrested on Live TV
As he's about to get into a police cruiser, he asks: "You guys wanna hear a song?"
Chris Cornell’s Daughter Dedicates Heartbreaking ‘Good Morning America’ Cover of ‘Halleluj…
She and One Republic's Ryan Tedder traded lead vocals on the cover that they dedicated to the memory of the two men, who both recently died by suicide.
Mementos From Chester Bennington’s Memorial Service Showed Up on eBay
Items distributed at Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington's memorial service briefly appeared on eBay, fetching a bid of more than $50,000.
Green Day, Festival Promoters Explain Why an Acrobat’s Death Didn’t Stop the Show
Green Day and the Mad Cool Festival have explained why the band was allowed to perform after the on-stage death of an acrobat.