Silverchair's only performance in 2000 was the sold out Australia's Falls Festival.
The single, "Straight Lines," from their album, Young Modern, debuted at the number one spot on the ARIA Charts.
Silverchair was the first Australian rock band since INXS to hit the US top ten charts.
In October of 2002, Silverchair's Diorama got them 6 ARIA Awards including "Best Group," and "Best Rock Album."
Daniel Johns wrote the song, "Anna's Song," which was about his then-recent eating disorder.
In 2000, Silverchair signed a deal with Atlantic Records.
Frogstomp, their debut album, was recorded in just nine days in early 1995. Their second album, Freak Show, was released in 1997 followed by their third album, Neon Ballroom, in 1999. This completed their recording deal with Sony Music Australia.
In 1994, Silverchair participated in Youthrock, a national competition for school-based bands in Australia.
Silverchair is one out of only three Australian rock bands to have three number one singles on the Australian Singles Chart.
Silverchair formed in 1992 under the name Innocent Criminals.
Daniel Johns: We like to think we've got our own style. It's not really a different style, it's a bit of a cross-between. We like grunge, and we've added harmonies.
Chris Joannou: My best dish is 2 minute noodles.
Chris Joannou: I must say I tried writing on my own, but it really sucked.
Chris Joannou: I wouldn't have a clue as to what half of our lyrics mean, and I'm even in the band!
Daniel Johns: I'll always remember 1995 as the year I found out Star Trek wasn't real.
Chris Joannou: (speaking of Australia) Let's get this straight. There are no kangaroos on the main street.
Daniel Johns: When in doubt, lie.
Daniel Johns: (speaking of his hair) I thought about cutting it, but I don't want to give the critics the satisfaction.
Daniel Johns: You can only be young once but you can be immature forever.
Daniel Johns: Candles are good as long as you're not me and you don't fall asleep and your house burns down.