Wednesday, January 30, 2013

See Which Fleetwood Mac's Tracks Are The UK's Most Downloaded

35th Anniversary Of Fleetwood Mac's Rumours Headed For UK Top 10
Contact Music
35 years after it first became a UK number one, Fleetwood Mac’s classic album Rumours is on the right path to re-entering the UK Top 10. 

A statement from the Official Charts Company today (January 29, 2013) read “35 years after it first went to Number 1, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours is set to re-enter the Official Albums Chart Top 10 this Sunday. Rumours is not only one of the Top 20 biggest selling albums of all time, it is also the most charted album in British history, spending a staggering 493 weeks on the Official Albums Chart.”

Fleetwood Mac’s Top 10 most downloaded tracks in the UK
The Official Charts
Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours looks set to re-enter the Official Albums Chart Top 10 this Sunday, 35 years after if first reached Number 1 in the UK. To celebrate, reveal the band’s Top 10 most downloaded tracks of all time.  Check them out here

Looking back on Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' more than 35 years later  
A new deluxe set drills deep on the classic album
By Melinda Newman

Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” came out in 1977, before the internet and tabloid TV.  Instead, all we had to do was listen to the lyrics to get all the drama.  The album, which celebrates its 35th anniversary  (one year late) with today’s release of a four-CD deluxe edition, chronicled the break-ups of three relationships: singer Stevie Nicks and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham were splitting after seven years together, keyboardist/singer Christine McVie and hubby/bassist John McVie had just divorced. Drummer Mick Fleetwood’s marriage to wife Jenny, who was not in the band, was unraveling, in part because she was having an affair with his best friend.
Full Article at HITFIX

Fleetwood Mac To Play UK Shows in Autumn 2013
Mick Fleetwood gives indictation of live plans - which will miss UK festival season
by Michael Baggs

Fleetwood Mac confirm UK shows for September
Digital Spy
by Lewis Corner
Mick Fleetwood revealed that the reformed band will travel to the UK in September, as well as releasing new material online within the coming months.

Fleetwood Mac confirm UK visit for September
Mick Fleetwood has confirmed Fleetwood Mac will be in the UK this September after the completion of a long run of North American tour dates.

“We’re doing a big world tour that starts in April,” Mick Fleetwood has told BBC 6Music. “We’re coming here in September, October and maybe a bit longer. We’re doing a lot of work here so we are coming.”

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