There are a few possible solutions that range from pretty straight forward to a little tricky.

Process Substitution

If you know you'll always be running under a shell that supports process substitution(bash, zsh, ksh93) multiplexing a command's output is pretty easy using tee. tee supports outputting to multiple "files" and with process redirection those "files" can be other commands.

# Output to two other commands, and STDOUT
tee >(commandA) >(commandB)  
# Output to three commands, all captured and redirected to commandC
tee >(commandA) >(commandB) | commandC  

Note in the second example that commandC is going to see the output from whatever output tee (i.e. whatever output was piped to tee), commandA and commandB each produced. So, if grep is your commandC you'll search the output from all three proceeding commands.

File Descriptors

If your shell uses /dev file descriptors (i.e. POSIX, e.g. /dev/3).

{ { { tee /dev/fd3 /dev/fd4 | commandFD1 >&5; }
    3>&1 | commandFD3 >&5; }
  4>&1 | commandFD4 >&5;
} > 5>&1