Yo La Tengo
Released Fade, their first album after frontman Ira Kaplan suffered a potentionally serious health scare
Entered the U.S. album charts for the first time with And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out.
Completed their longest-lasting lineup with the addition of bassist James McNew.
Released their first single, "The River of Water," b/w a cover of Love's "A House Is Not a Motel."
Yo La Tengo made appearances on the TV shows Gilmore Girls and Parks and Recreation.
In 2009, Yo La Tengo adopted the name Condo F--ks to release a covesr album, F---book.
In 2003, the band cut a track with Yoko Ono for a tribute album to the musical Hedwig & The Angry Inch.