Headline of the week: Love Puts ‘Gnarly’ Drug Problem Behind Her
Note to self: start using gnarly as an adjective on the blog (I always use it verbally)…

On the star-studded tribute to James Taylor…
Taylor’s brother, Livingston, sang backup on “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)” while Taylor’s twin 4-year-old sons, Rufus and Henry, jumped up and down to the music and the crowd clapped along. Taylor returned for an encore of his classic “Fire and Rain.”

Secret Machines’ Ten Silver Drops isn’t being released as a CD until April, but it’s going to appear in digital music stores on February 28.
This album is amazing.

i guess i’m floating reminds me that I need to start liking Xavier Rudd (mp3’s included).
Converted at Bonnaroo…

Also on iGIF, I’m reminded that The Vines are coming back in 2006.
This frontman is just too much fun to read about…

Disco Biscuits are rumored to have signed on for Lollapalooza 2006.

The Flaming Lips join Noise Pop 2006.

The Grammy Awards were last night (I didn’t watch them). Here is a list of the 2005 Grammy Winners.

Fresh Bread catches me up on new album info from Ben Harper and Robert Randolph, two guys that I will not neglect during 2006.