Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
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Heart singer reveals her thoughts on late Soundgarden frontman.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Rockets to No. 2 on All-Time Music Biopic List
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Rock Stars Who Married Movie Stars
A look at famous unions between the music and movie industries.
Rock’s Most Famous Recluses
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‘Can U Say S—bags?!': Axl Rose Rips President Trump for Using ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine’
The Guns N' Roses frontman tweets his ire after the president plays "Sweet Child o' Mine' at a rally.
MW 10/31 Stevie Nicks Year By Year: Photos 1973-2018
We've collected pictures of Stevie Nicks from every year between 1973 and 1978.
Richard Marx Selling ‘Magnificent’ Lakeside Estate for $8.9 Million
Singer and ex-wife have cut the price on their Chicago-area home for the fifth time in the four years its been on the market.
Gene Simmons: Vinnie Vincent Headed for ‘More Legal Problems’ Over Kiss Trademark
Gene Simmons has called former Kiss guitarist Vinnie Vincent "his own worst enemy" in response to Vincent's recent Kiss-related trademark applications.
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.
Marilyn Manson Collapses Onstage at Houston Show
After visibly struggling to get through the fourth song in his set in Houston, Texas, last night, Marilyn Manson collapsed.
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.
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.