Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
The Cure to Release ‘Mixed Up’ Reissue and ‘Town Down’ for Record Store Day
The Cure will release a vinyl pressing of their 1990 record 'Mixed Up,' along with a new collection of remixes called 'Torn Down' for Record Store Day.
Maroon 5’s Adam Levine Sells L.A. Home for $18 Million Cash
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and his wife have sold one home for $18 million, while Levine's old bachelor pad is still on the market for $15.9 million.
Prince Hits the Shops on ‘Calhoun Square’
Even a simple trip to the shopping plaza could inspire Prince to write a new song.
Judge Denies Prince’s Siblings’ Request to Relocate Hollywood Vault
A judge not only denied a request from Prince's siblings to relocate his vault away from the California wildfires, but warned of sanctions against a repeat.
Liam Gallagher Wants Brother Noel to ‘Come to His F—ing Senses’ for Christmas
Liam Gallagher says he still loves his brother and former bandmate Noel, but hopes he comes to his senses for Christmas.
Liam Gallager’s Awkward Encounter With Paul McCartney
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher once couldn't tell if Paul McCartney was offering him a drink or a pizza.
Linkin Park Announces One-Night-Only Tribute to Chester Bennington
The band also released a video for "One More Light," their latest LP's title track, which features on and offstage footage of Bennington.
Dave Grohl Discusses Cornell, Bennington Suicides: ‘Depression Is a Disease’
In an interview with a New Zealand radio station, the two Foo Fighters remember Chris Cornell and Chester Bennington, and discuss the stigma of depression.
Top 22 Doomsday Songs
If you're worrying about the end of days — and no one blames you — check out our list for some musical accompaniment.
Watch: President Trump Seems Unimpressed By French Band’s Daft Punk Medley
The medley included portions of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky," "One More Time" and "Harder Better Stronger Faster."