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Fleetwood Mac will play an additional O2 Arena show due to demand as part of their much anticipated UK arena tour.

Fleetwood Mac to go their own way performing new songs on tour - and fans outraged at 'tickets that cost more than my rent'

Fans might clamour for the hits from Rumours but Fleetwood Mac will perform new material on their forthcoming tour.

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David Bowie released the single on his 66th birthday

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The producer of David Bowie's new album has ended hopes that the pop superstar will be returning to the stage or festival circuit.

Veteran music star David Bowie has today broken years of silence and speculation to release his first single and album in a decade

A new single for David Bowie, but I fear time has caught up with the thin white duke

He made his name(s) through constant self-reinvention; this fresh material, however, feels perilously close to a retread

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'Recluse' Bowie stuns fans by releasing single

When the email arrived, announcing the surprise return of the master of musical reinvention, it was titled, appropriately "where is David Bowie?"

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Australia's record heatwave, which is sparking hundreds of bush fires across the country, has forced meteorologists to redraw temperature scales and introduce new colours to their forecasting maps.

Black Sabbath top the vintage t-shirt charts

Veteran rockers Black Sabbath have topped the charts thanks to sales of their best-selling vintage T-shirt.

The Pretty Things, The Borderline, London

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The best music of 2012: Rock, folk & Americana

For me, there was no single outstanding album this year – but that doesn't mean there weren't several very good ones.

Alison Steadman to play her mother in tonight's Little Crackers on Sky 1

Steadman stars in the drama she wrote herself about the day she met The Beatles in Liverpool aged 16

Rolling Stones and Springsteen rock 12/12/12 Hurricane Sandy concert

Some of the biggest (and oldest) stars in the music industry clubbed together last night to stage a Madison Square Gardens concert for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

Marathon man: Ron Hill still pounds the roads near Hyde today

Ron Hill: The man who keeps on running

He has run every day for 48 years. That's 157,000 miles – or more than halfway to the moon. At this rate he might even reach it

Don't stop? 'Fleetwood Mac will tour until we drop dead' says Stevie Nicks

The 64-year-old singer has confirmed a 34-city tour next year

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