Yo La Tengo to stream live request concert today

Yo La Tengo are streaming a live, request-only performance today to support a pledge drive for WFMU. WFMU, a New Jersey station whose broadcast range extends to areas of New York and Pennsylvania is the longest running freeform radio station in the United States. It is almost wholly listener supported. The concert will take place between 9 am and 12 pm EST (1 pm to 4 pm in the UK), and is physically being performed in Berlin amid a European tour. For a $100 donation, listeners can make a request.

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Yo La Tengo are streaming a live, request-only performance today to support a pledge drive for WFMU.

WFMU, a New Jersey station whose broadcast range extends to areas of New York and Pennsylvania is the longest running freeform radio station in the United States. It is almost wholly listener supported.

The concert will take place between 9 am and 12 pm EST (1 pm to 4 pm in the UK), and is physically being performed in Berlin amid a European tour. For a $100 donation, listeners can make a request.

To listen to the WFMU show, click here.

Yo La Tengo’s tour will continue as follows:

March 15, Schorndorf, Germany – Volksbuhne
March 16, Brussles – AB
March 17, Amsterdam – Paradiso
March 18, Paris – Le Bataclan
March 20, London – Barbican Hall
March 21, Manchester – The Ritz
March 22, Glasgow – O2 ABC
March 23, Dublin – Vicar Street.


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