Glastonbury, U2, Who, Coldplay, Vic Chesnutt RIP - music news you might have missed over Christmas

Check out NME.COM's round-up of what's been going on in music over the festive period

With most people getting back to work today (January 4) there's a chance you might have missed what's been going on in music over the festive period.

Well NME.COM has been keeping up to date with the latest music news throughout the holidays and here is what you might have missed:

Organiser Emily Eavis reveals Glastonbury has booked its second headliner for 2010
Former Arctic Monkeys man joins Reverend And The Makers
Amy Winehouse is charged by police after causing trouble at a panto
Singer-songwriter Vic Chesnutt passes away
'X Factor''s Joe McElderry finally gets to Number One
Status Quo beat Kings Of Leon and Coldplay to the title of 2009's hardest working band
Blink-182 confirm European festival appearences, trigging speculation they might headline the Reading And Leeds Festivals too
Animal Collective top the 2009 critics' poll of polls with album 'Merriweather Post Pavilion'
Avenged Sevenfold's drummer dies aged 28
Lady Sovereign is rumoured for 'Celebrity Big Brother'
Snow Patrol's 'Chasing Cars' is named the most played song of the last decade
Status Quo make the New Year's Honours List
Van Morrison denies a story on his own website that he's just become a new father
Soundgarden announce they're reforming
Confirmed Glastonbury headliners U2 outline their plans for the festival
US campaigners oppose The Who playing this year's half-time show at the Super Bowl
Coldplay raise over £250,000 in a charity auction
Elton John helps Eminem quit drugs
Ronnie Wood's ex-girlfriend and Basshunter join Lady Sovereign on 'Celebrity Big Brother'
Lady Gaga claims the first Number One single of 2010

Stay tuned to NME.COM for the latest music news throughout 2010 plus check out our most read stories of 2009, including Michael Jackson's death and the Blur reformation, now.

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