Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
David Byrne Extends ‘American Utopia’ Tour
After kicking off his 'American Utopia' tour at the beginning of the month, David Byrne has now expanded it.
Robert Plant Extends North American ‘Carry Fire’ Tour Dates
After finishing the first leg of his North American tour just days ago, Robert Plant has announced a new set of dates with the Sensational Space Shifters.
Olympian Ivett Toth Skates to AC/DC
As an armchair Olympic ice skating judge, you may not know your axels from your lutzes, but you certainly recognize an AC/DC song when you hear it.
Jon Bon Jovi Sells New York City Apartment for $15 Million
After purchasing a West Village duplex in New York City just a few years ago, Jon Bon Jovi has now sold it for $15 million, well below his original asking price.
Summer Vacation Like Billy Joel — For Just $495,000!
If you want to party like Billy Joel this summer, you're in luck.
Rod Stewart Announces New Summer Tour With Cyndi Lauper
Rod Stewart has announced a North American summer tour, again teaming up with Cyndi Lauper, just as he did last summer.
John Lennon’s 1969 Monkey Bike Expected to Fetch More Than $48,000
A 1969 Honda Monkey-Trail Bike once owned by John Lennon will soon be on the market.
Imagine Owning John Lennon’s $11.7 Million Former Surrey Home
One of John Lennon's former homes in Surrey, England, is for sale. The six-bedroom estate has been listed for $11. 7 million.
Watch Guns N’ Roses’ Live Tribute to AC/DC’s Malcolm Young
Guns N' Roses dedicated Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and AC/DC's "Whole Lotta Rosie" to guitarist Malcolm Young.
Listen to Scorpions’ New Version of ‘Follow Your Heart’
Scorpions have released the first single from their upcoming collection, 'Born to Touch Your Feelings: Best of Rock Ballads.'
Ozzy Osbourne Announces New Farewell Tour
Nine months after Black Sabbath completed their final tour, singer Ozzy Osbourne has announced his own farewell tour.
Revisiting ‘WKRP in Cincinnati”s Classic Thanksgiving Episode
In 1978, a TV show about a fictional radio station in Cincinnati aired its most famous episode, one that culminated in 10 unforgettable words: “As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”