Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Revisiting the Classic ‘WKRP in Cincinnati’ Thanksgiving Episode
“As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”
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.
Joe Perry Contributes to Billy Ray Cyrus Album and SpongeBob SquarePants Musical
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has been busy.
Everything You Need to Know About the Queen Movie ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
The Queen movie 'Bohemian Rhapsody' has taken a long, dramatic road to production. Here's what you need to know.
Alex Lifeson Reportedly Shoots Down LeeLifeson Rumors
Sorry, Rush fans. LeeLifeson apparently isn't happening.
Cliff Burton’s Dad Has Been Donating Royalties to Music Scholarships
Cliff Burton's father has been quietly donating the royalty checks he receives to a scholarship at his son's old high school.
Dennis DeYoung Wants ‘One Last Tour’ With Styx
After decades of estrangement and animosity, former Styx singer Dennis DeYoung is pleading with his old band to reunite the original lineup for one last tour.
Ronnie James Dio’s Hologram Is Going on Tour
Wendy Dio can't bring the dead back to life, but she's certainly coming close.
Siri Can Sing Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ – Can You?
Siri may not have Freddie Mercury's killer voice, but she recognizes - and can recite - a classic when she hears it.
Original Members to Join Foreigner on 40th Anniversary U.S. Tour
As Foreigner wrap up the European leg of their 40th-anniversary tour and prepare to do it all over again in the U.S., some of the band's original members are set to join them
Listen to ‘Freak Flag’ From Quiet Riot’s New ‘Road Rage’ Album
After several false starts involving lead singers, Quiet Riot are getting closer to releasing their 13 studio album, 'Road Rage.' Today, they've released its first single, "Freak Flag."
Nikki Sixx Slams President Trump For Pulling Out of Paris Climate Deal
In a long, measured Facebook message, Sixx criticizes the president for making decisions based on ego and money rather than Americans' best interests.