Yo La Tengo To Perform Live On 'Morning Edition' As you listen to Morning Edition on Tuesday, pay special attention to the music you hear between stories. The band Yo La Tengo will be in the NPR studios, accompanying the show while it's live on the air.
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Yo La Tengo To Perform Live On 'Morning Edition'

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Yo La Tengo To Perform Live On 'Morning Edition'

Yo La Tengo To Perform Live On 'Morning Edition'

Yo La Tengo To Perform Live On 'Morning Edition'

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As you listen to Morning Edition on Tuesday, pay special attention to the music you hear between stories. The band Yo La Tengo will be in the NPR studios, accompanying the show while it's live on the air.

ARI SHAPIRO, HOST:

Here's something exciting. Tomorrow morning, we're going to find out what the band Yo La Tengo thinks of the market turmoil around the world. At least, we'll find out what kind of music the news inspires them to play.

AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:

Right. Here's what's going to happen. Yo La Tengo will be waking up early to be the in-house band for MORNING EDITION. So they'll be playing the music that you hear tomorrow between stories and interviews on the show.

SHAPIRO: So set your alarm early. Get caught up on the news of the day with MORNING EDITION, and listen for Yo La Tengo's interpretation of that news.

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