Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Musicians Celebrate Doug Jones’ Alabama Senate Victory
Musicians react to news of Democrat Doug Jones' hard-fought victory in 2017 Alabama Senate race.
Radiohead Make Other Plans for Rock Hall of Fame Induction Night
Radiohead announce new tour dates that suggest they won't attend the Rock and Roll of Fame induction ceremony if they are voted in.
Bjork Reveals Unreleased Collaboration with Wu Tang Clan’s RZA
Bjork talks about her unreleased collaboration with Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA.
Green Day’s New ‘Back in the USA’ Video Breaks Down the American Dream
In a new John Carpenter-inspired video for "Back in the USA," Green Day tears down the American Dream to reveal it never really existed.
30 Years Ago: Sonny and Cher Reunite on ‘Late Night With David Letterman’
On Nov. 13, 1987, Sonny and Cher reunited for an interview and performance of "I Got You Babe" on 'The Late Show with David Letterman.'
U2 Announces Long-Awaited ‘Songs of Experience’ Album and Tour Details
After nearly a year of waiting, fans are finally getting the complete details on U2's 'Songs of Experience,' which is confirmed for a Dec. 1 release.
John Lennon’s Murderer, Mark Chapman, Says Jesus Has Forgiven Him
Mark Chapman, the man who murdered John Lennon, said he has been forgiven by Jesus.
25 Years Ago: Sinead O’Connor’s Records Get Steamrolled
On Oct. 21, 1992, the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations made a public statement on Sinead O'Connor's recent 'Saturday Night Live' appearance.
Courtney Love Warned Women About Harvey Weinstein — in 2005
Actress and Hole frontwoman Courtney Love warned women about Harvey Weinstein at a red carpet event back in 2005, and claims she was blacklisted as a result.
Pink Fears Her Collaboration With Billy Joel May Be ‘Trash’
Earlier this year, Billy Joel agreed to write a song with pop star Pink, who has, by her own admission, been relentlessly pursuing a collaboration with the Piano Man.