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reports that former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio "was arrested early this morning on a driving while intoxicated rap and New York cops found the musician in possession of a variety of medications prescribed to another person."
Here would be the part where we'd be expected to insert some kind of a joke, but in all honesty we'd just be ripping off what Idolator said:
Anastasio's booking lasted seven hours, and included three bass solos, a cover of the Move's entire Message To The Country album, and a flying hamburger bus.
We'll be sure to alert you to further developments whenever we happen to read them somewhere else. -- Keith Plocek