Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Heartbreakers Take on New Role as Evangelists for Tom Petty
After decades of performing with the band leader, members now spread the word about his work.
12 Rock Stars Who Used to Be Teachers
These renowned musicians have at least one thing in common: They commanded classrooms before commanding stages.
‘Mild Stroke’ Forces Dickey Betts to Cancel Tour
Former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dickey Betts has canceled three upcoming tour dates after suffering "post-stroke repercussions."
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.
David Crosby Calls ABBA’s Music ‘Dog Poop’
Singer-songwriter compares Swedish pop band to canine excrement in a series of tweets.
New ‘Bad Reputation’ Trailer Details Joan Jett’s Rise to the Top
Upcoming documentary shows how bad-ass singer busted '70s rock 'n' roll boys' club.
Billy Gibbons Releases New Song, ‘Rollin’ and Tumblin”
First song from ZZ Top frontman's upcoming second solo album is out now.
Phil Collins Announces Four-Disc Box, ‘Plays Well With Others’
Former Genesis frontman collects collaborations with other artists.
When the Beatles Recorded a 27-Minute Version of ‘Helter Skelter’
Initial sessions for the song were so intense that they included the longest thing the band ever recorded.
Led Zeppelin Share Previews of Upcoming Book
Led Zeppelin has begun teasing pics of the illustrated anniversary book that is expected in October.