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Stevie Nicks On ’24 Karat Gold’ And Going Back To Fleetwood Mac | Music News

  Stevie Nicks recently announced a 24 Karat Gold Tour with The Pretenders starting in October. Although it was a long way to get to this point:   “I’ve gotten into the habit of not going to sleep until somewhere between five and seven, and when I’m not working I can sleep until four [pm],” she revealed. “I wish I[…]

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Foo Fighters Bring Out Haim And Stevie Nicks At Gig | Music News

  Foo Fighters brought out Haim and Fleetwood Mac member Stevie Nicks at their performance at LA Forum last night (September 21). They performed a cover of Tom Petty’s ‘Draggin’ ‘My Heart Around’ and Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Gold Dust Woman’.This isn’t the first time that Haim and Stevie Nicks have teamed up. They performed a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rhiannon’ for[…]

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Swim Deep Announce Autumn 2015 UK Tour | Music News

  Birmingham band Swim Deep have announced a UK tour to promote their new album which is yet to be released. The forthcoming album will be the follow up to their 2013 debut Where The Heaven Are We, and has already been described by the band themselves as “psychedelic sex music” which is influenced by both Kanye West and Fleetwood[…]

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Blur To Headline Isle of Wight Festival 2015 | Music News

  Blur have been announced as the Saturday night headliners at this years Isle of Wight festival. With the release of their new album The Magic Whip, the legendary group will be joining the likes of Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy, The Black Keys, Pharrell Williams, Jessie Ware, James Bay, The Charlatans and many, many more over this four day festival[…]

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Drenge – Favourite Son | New Music

  Drenge have shared another song from their upcoming album Undertow, titled “Favorite Son” – a heavy beat tune which is sure to be a live hit, the track screams rebellion and showcases Drenge exploring freedom in their music: “We’ve grown up so there’s more freedom [in the music] and not so much brattiness. It’s not so abrasive. We’ve chilled[…]

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