The Grammy Awards will be telecast Wednesday night at 8 on CBS, but Web music junkies don't have to wait to see their favorite singers perform.
WindowsMedia.com is offering free streams of music videos of this year's nominees at WindowsMedia.com/preview/Grammys/grammysalt.asp
Among the artists featured: Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Toni Braxton, Papa Roach, Faith Hill, Creed, Lenny Kravitz and Radiohead.
Another popular Grammy site is VH1.com. It features a complete list of nominees, a predict and win contest, and a photo gallery, in addition to video and audio clips.
Quiet Beatle George Harrison opens up tonight at 8 in his first ever live, Internet chat at chat.yahoo.com. Harrison is plugging the re-release of his landmark album, "All Things Must Pass."
It came out 30 years ago and the biggest single off the album was, "My Sweet Lord." Harrison was later sued for copying the melody of that song from a 1963 hit by the Chiffons called "He's So Fine."
The singer lost the lawsuit, although the court ruled he may have unconsciously copied the tune. Harrison has his own Web site for the re-release album at www.allthingsmustpass.com.
Captain Kirk is getting hitched - again. William Shatner, 69, recently applied for a marriage license with Elizabeth J. Martin, 42. It will be his fourth trip to the altar.
Shatner has been busy of late, shooting a sci-fi flick called "Groom Lake." He also appeared in the movie "Miss Congeniality." He is best known as the man who guided the Starship Enterprise on "Star Trek."
Fans can check out all the latest news, photos and merchandise on the Captain at www.williamshatner.com.