Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Eddie Van Halen’s Former Home Listed for $2.9 Million
A Beverly Hills home once owned by Eddie Van Halen has hit the market.
Musicians Celebrate Doug Jones’ Alabama Senate Victory
Musicians react to news of Democrat Doug Jones' hard-fought victory in 2017 Alabama Senate race.
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.
Ghost Is Already Streaming ‘Ceremony and Devotion’
Ghost may be releasing their new live double album in January, but why wait?
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.
Revisiting ‘WKRP in Cincinnati”s Classic Thanksgiving Episode
In 1978, a TV show about a fictional radio station in Cincinnati aired its most famous episode, one that culminated in 10 unforgettable words: “As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”
As ‘Terminator 2′ 3D Hits Theaters, Robert Patrick Recalls Beating Billy Idol for Role
A motorcycle accident prevented Billy Idol from taking on the T-1000 role in 'Terminator 2' that went to Robert Patrick.
Top 13 Eclipse Songs
Looking for an eclipse party playlist? Here are 13 songs that are sure to get your guests dancing in the dark.
Is Robert Plant Teasing His New Solo Album?
Robert Plant earlier confirmed the return of the Sensational Space Shifters for a follow up album, just before a series of spring dates.
Ronnie James Dio’s Hologram Is Going on Tour
Wendy Dio can't bring the dead back to life, but she's certainly coming close.
Iggy Pop and Josh Homme’s ‘American Valhalla’ Documentary Headed to Select Theaters
The story behind 'Post Pop Depression,' a collaboration secretly recorded in a desert studio, is explored in this new film.
Eddie Vedder Pays Tribute to Chris Cornell on Opening Night of Solo Tour: Video, Set List
In the kickoff to his solo tour, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder wore his heart on his sleeve, sharing his heartbreak over Chris Cornell's death through his songs.