Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
The History of Rockers in ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’
'Jesus Christ Superstar' has long provided a platform for rock musicians to test out their theatrical chops.
Bruce Springsteen Adds 81 Performances to ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ Run
Following nearly 50 years of touring the world, Bruce Springsteen has made himself cozy in the intimate Walter Kerr Theatre.
Paul Stanley Explains Kiss’ ‘The End of the Road’ Trademark
Frontman Paul Stanley reveals Kiss' trademark application on 'The End of the Road' is about getting their ducks in a row, and doesn't signal pending retirement.
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.
Comedian Ken Dodd, Who Once Called the Beatles Aliens, Dies at 90
The beloved British entertainer released 20 Top U.K. 40 hits throughout his career.
David Bowie’s Audio Engineer: ‘The Girls Are Taking Over’
Audio engineer Erin Tonkon, who works with producer David Visconti and engineered David Bowie's final record, says women are taking over rock.
Bono ‘Reeling and Furious’ Following Harassment Allegations Against ONE
Bono has apologized following numerous allegations of harassment and abuse by senior staff of ONE, the organization he co-founded to fight poverty and disease.
Judas Priest’s Glenn Tipton Refused to Use Backing Tapes
Judas Priest's Rob Halford says guitarist Glenn Tipton, who'll largely be absent from the upcoming tour due to Parkinson's, rejected the idea of backing tapes.
Procol Harum Announce New Box Set, ‘Still There’ll Be More’
Procol Harum are set to release a limited-edition, super deluxe box set celebrating 50 years of their music.
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.
Foo Fighters Perform Live Mashup of John Lennon and Van Halen Covers
The Foo Fighters performed a live mashup in Brazil, singing Van Halen's "Jump" to the music of John Lennon's "Imagine."
That Time Robert Plant Lost Karaoke to an Elvis Impersonator
Picture it: Hong Kong. 1996. A drunken Robert Plant singing Elvis Presley karaoke. A Taiwanese Elvis impersonator in the house.