Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Mother of the Teen Who Inspired Pearl Jam’s ‘Jeremy’ Speaks Out
The mother of Jeremy Dell, the teenager who shot himself in front of his English class in a Texas high school in 1991, is finally speaking out about her son.
Daryl Hall’s 18th Century Former Amenia Estate for Sale for $17 Million
The place where half of Hall & Oates first started filming 'Live From Daryl's House' is now on the market.
Greta Van Fleet Extend 2018 Tour
After selling out more than a dozen shows on its new tour, the band has doubled the number of stops they'll make this year.
Toto’s Steve Porcaro Joins Weezer on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ for ‘Africa’
Reaching their highest chart position in nearly a decade, Weezer performed a cover of the classic song on TV last night.
Alice in Chains Honor Chris Cornell With Two Live Soundgarden Covers
Alice in Chains paid tribute to Chris Cornell at the same festival Soundgarden was set to play last year before his death.
Weezer Bassist Scott Shriner Sells California Home for $2.4 Million
In a month, Weezer bassist Scott Shriner sold his Silver Lake home — for $250,000 more than his asking price.
45 Music Festivals Pledge Gender Equality by 2022
The PRS Foundation has signed 45 international music festivals onto their Keychange initiative, pledging to include an even gender split on future lineups.
Queens of the Stone Age Guitarist Lists Home for $1.8 Million
Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen has listed his Glendale, Calif., home for nearly $1.8 million.
Liam Gallagher’s Truce With Noel Was All in His Head
Liam Gallagher confesses that there was never an actual holiday-time truce between he and his brother.
The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney and Michelle Branch Expecting First Child
The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney and finance Michelle Branch have pushed back their summer wedding as they make way for their first child together.