Here’s all the music industry news you need to know this morning.

Fleetwood Mac confirm they will reunite with Stevie Nicks for a world tour. – via OCC

Spotify tops 140 million free & paid subscribers – via Apple Insider

Mushroom Group returns Golden Ticket offer for one winner to catch a years’ worth of tickets to Australian tours taking place from July 2017 until June 2018. Right now, it’s two guaranteed tickets to: alt-J. Andy Grammer. Bliss n Eso. Dan Sultan. Ed Sheeran. Keith Sweat. LCD Soundsystem. Lorde. Midnight Oil. Migos. Orchestrated. Queens of the Stone Age. Royal Blood. Shawn Mendes. The Vamps. You Me At Six… – via Mushroom 

South by Southwest Will Open Up Music, Film and Panel Picker Submissions On June 26 – via SXSW

Glastonbury pays bands ‘less than 10%’ of what they’d earn elsewhere, Emily Eavis says. – via BBC

National Indigenous Music Awards Announce Live Performance Line Up with A.B Original with Dan Sultan, Australian icon Paul Kelly and 2016 NIMA winner Gawurra and more – via MusicNT

Manchester Arena is to stay shut until September following the terror attack  due to the damage caused to the main public area outside of the arena. – via BBC

Manchester councillors want to grant Ariana Grande honorary citizenship for her One Love benefit concert. – via Star

Glee’s music supervisor PJ Bloom joins Warner Bros. Records – via MBW

Kate Dale of UK’s Whiplash Management, and formerly of Fiction Records, has died. Tributes are being paid on Facebook.

Musical.ly gets into original content with new shows from Viacom, NBCU & Hearst – via TechCrunch

A new music streaming subscription service called Primephonic launches, committed to specifically serving the needs and interests of classical music listeners. – via RotD

Phil Jamieson looks back on the highs and lows of Grinspoon in the ’90s – via Brag

Twitter launches redesigned iOS app with new look, use of Safari’s in-app viewer – via AppleInsider