Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
The Rolling Stones Children: Where Are They Now?
Some girls (and boys) have a greater understanding of the phrase “Papa Was a Rolling Stone” than others.
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?
Bruce Springsteen Inducts Steven Van Zandt Into New Jersey Hall of Fame
Their friendship and on-again, off-again collaborations go back more than 50 years.
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."
Billy Joel Cuts Price of Palm Beach Estate by $3 Million
Billy Joel has dropped the price on his Manalapan, Fla., estate by more than $3 million, with a current listing price of $16.9 million.
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.
Steven Tyler Announces Solo Tour
After nearly half a century performing with Aerosmith, singer Steven Tyler will hit the road this summer as a solo artist.
Paul Simon Announces Final Leg of ‘Homeward Bound’ Farewell Tour
Paul Simon has called these dates "a big thank you" to fans, before he settles in to spend more time with his family.
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.
Bono ‘Reeling and Furious’ Following Harassment Allegations Against ONE
Bono has apologized following numerous allegations of harassment and abuse by senior staff of ONE, the organization he co-founded to fight poverty and disease.