Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Bob Dylan Announces U.S. Fall Tour
Following a string of dates in Australia and New Zealand, the singer-songwriter will hit more than 30 U.S. cities.
Dee Snider Says Twisted Sister Shouldn’t Be in the Rock Hall
Frontman says band has been influential but doesn't rise to Hall of Fame level.
Inspiration for Beatles’ ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ to Reopen
As a child, John Lennon would hop the wall at the Strawberry Field orphanage to play with the kids who lived there.
Neil Young to Live-Stream Upcoming Solo Show
Singer-songwriter just kicked off a solo tour and plans to webcast his concert from Detroit.
Paul Simon Reveals Location of Final Show
His last concert will be in a park. But not the park everyone expected.
Daryl Hall’s 18th Century Former Estate for Sale for $17 Million
The place where half of Hall & Oates first started filming 'Live From Daryl's House' is now on the market.
Kenny Loggins Plans ‘Danger Zone’ Duet for ‘Top Gun’ Sequel
"I'd love to do a walk-on in the movie, but that probably won't happen."
Home Built for the Doors’ Robby Krieger Listed for $13.9 Million
The unusually shaped house was later owned by Fred Durst, but don't let that stop you from looking at the pictures.
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?