Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
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.
Beck Sells Canyon Home for $3.4 Million
Beck and his wife have sold their Brentwood, Calif., Brittany Tudor home for $3.4 million, two years after purchasing it.
Listen to ‘Shiny One,’ Belly’s First New Song in Decades
Next, Belly will embark on their first major tour since 1995, beginning with a May appearance in Boston.
Listen to the Breeders’ New Single ‘Nervous Mary’
With a decade passed since their last album, the Breeders have released a third single, "Nervous Mary," from their upcoming record 'All Nerve.'
Happy Accidents Abound in ‘Dorothy Parker': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince's "The Ballad of Dorothy Parker" benefitted from dreams and electrical problems.
Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Announces ‘You Were Never Really Here’ Score
Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood is set to release his latest soundtrack work — this time for his score to Lynne Ramsay's thriller 'You Were Never Really Here.'
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.
Bagpipes Get in the Way of Romantic Red Hot Chili Peppers Concert
A man mistakenly buys a Valentine's Day gift of Red Hot Chilli Pipers tickets for his girlfriend, instead of tickets for her favorite band — the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Prince Makes Mayte Garcia’s Dreams Come True With ‘Kamasutra': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince's then-wife Mayte Garcia gave new life to Prince's 'Kamasutra' in 1997 when she used it as the second act of her premiere dance company production.
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.