Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
How the Rock World Mourned Prince With ‘Purple Rain’ Covers
In the days and weeks following Prince's April 2016 death, many fellow musicians honored him and his legacy with their own covers of "Purple Rain."
Chad Channing Recalls His Time in Nirvana Without Regrets
What happens when you leave a band right before it hits big?
Doctor and Hospital Deny Wrongdoing in Glenn Frey’s Death
The doctor and hospital named in the wrongful death suit filed by Glenn Frey's widow have denied any culpability in his death.
Ronnie Wood Is Cancer-Free and Headed Back on Tour
After battling lung cancer in 2017, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood is cancer-free — and no one is more surprised than he is.
Bruce Springsteen Adds 81 Performances to ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ Run
Following nearly 50 years of touring the world, Bruce Springsteen has made himself cozy in the intimate Walter Kerr Theatre.
Paul Stanley Explains Kiss’ ‘The End of the Road’ Trademark
Frontman Paul Stanley reveals Kiss' trademark application on 'The End of the Road' is about getting their ducks in a row, and doesn't signal pending retirement.
David Bowie’s Audio Engineer: ‘The Girls Are Taking Over’
Audio engineer Erin Tonkon, who works with producer David Visconti and engineered David Bowie's final record, says women are taking over rock.
Axl Rose Rips First Lady and ‘Alleged Former Hooker’ Melania Trump
Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose has called First Lady Melania Trump "an alleged former hooker," and referred to her U.S. citizenship as an "immigration con," in a new Twitter post.
Keith Richards Promises New Rolling Stones Album
Fifty-four years after releasing their debut album, the Rolling Stones are at work on their next one.
House Built for Tommy Lee Hits Market for $3.4 Million
A Malibu house originally built for Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and his then-wife, actress Pamela Anderson, is back on the market for nearly $3.4 million.