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Fleetwood Mac Announce 2015 UK And Ireland Tour Dates | Music News

  Fleetwood Mac have revealed their On With the Show tour will be coming to arenas across the UK, in May and June next year. The rock band have also confirmed that Christine McVie will be reunited with the band after a whole 16 years of absence, to join them on stage for the nine shows. Tickets go on sale[…]

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Bob Dylan Almost Made An Album With The Beatles And The Rolling Stones | Music News

  A fantasy album it might have been, with the biggest popular songwriters from the yesteryears, ah but to no avail. According to renowned producer Glyn Johns, in 1969, Bob Dylan asked him to inquire with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones about a possible collaboration. As Johns explains in his new memoir titled Sound Man, “I had it all[…]

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Everything Everything To Perform At Machester Central Library To Celebrate Revamp | Music News

  Manchester Rock band Everything Everything are playing at the Manchester Central Library as part of a week-long residency titled Chaos to Order, from Monday, November 10 to Saturday, November 14, 2014. The band is to be joined by other musicians and artists such Bernard Sumner formerly of New Order, comedian Josie Long and writer Emma Jane Unsworth among others.[…]

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Band Aid Single ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ Reboot Planned To Fight Ebola | Music News

  Sir Bob Geldof has told The Sun that he will reboot “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” in aid of raising money for Ebola this year. It was originally released in 1984 and was rebooted in 1989 for Band Aid II. It was rebooted for a third time in 2004 to mark the 20th anniversary of the single being released.[…]

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Neil Young Bassist Rick Rosas Dies Aged 65 | Music News

  Rick Rosas has died aged 65. The bassist played in Neil Young’s back band, Crazy Horses. During his career, Rosas also played with Ronnie Wood, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Rivers, Joe Walsh and Etta James. The cause of death is currently unknown and was reported by Ralph Molina, the drummer of Crazy Horses.   #Peace.Love.RickRosas

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