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Fleetwood Mac Reuniting for Farewell Tour

Fleetwood Mac fans just got the news they've been waiting for. The iconic '70s band plans to reunite for a farewell tour next year! Keyboardist Christine McVie confirmed the news on the BBC TV show The One Show this summer. "We're going to start rehearsing in March, next year," she told host Alex Jones. "The tour is around June. It will be global." Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks mentioned a possible tour in a Rolling Stone interview back in March.
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