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Patti Smith Jams With Bruce Springsteen At ‘Horses’ Documentary Premiere

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Patti Smith and Bruce Springsteen teamed up for a performance of 'Because the Night' on Monday, April 23. The song is featured in Smith's 1975 album 'Horses.'READ MORE

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Bruce Springsteen Joined by Bono for a Duet in Dublin of Patti Smith's 'Because the Night'

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At last night's Bruce Springsteen concert in Dublin, "The Boss" was joined on stage by legendary U2 singer, Bono, for a stirring rendition of Patti Smith's classic ballad, "Because the Night." The performance was captured on video -- watch it here!READ MORE

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U2, Patti Smith Perform 'Gloria' and 'People Have the Power' in Paris [WATCH]

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Last night (December 6), U2 performed their first of two rescheduled tour dates at the AccordHotel Arena in Paris following the dreadful terrorist attacks that took place at Le Bataclan last month, bringing out Patti Smith to assist them on tracks "Gloria" and "People Have the Power."READ MORE

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Michael Stipe Covers John Lennon, The Doors as Opener For Patti Smith in NYC [WATCH]

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For R.E.M.'s frontman Michael Stipe to perform is a rare happening to begin with, but last night (Nov. 10), the singer opened for Patti Smith at New York City's Beacon Theatre and performed covers of John Lennon's "Imagine" and The Doors' "People Are Strange," among other gems.READ MORE


U2 Brings Patti Smith Onto London Stage to Play 'Gloria' and 'People Have Power'

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Pattie Smith joined U2 in London (as the band continues on its massive Innocence + Experience Tour across Europe) to perform "People Have Power" and a little snippet of "Gloria."READ MORE

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Patti Smith Plans For 'M Train' North American Book Tour

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Rock legend Patti Smith announced details related to her book tour for "M Train" earlier this month. The highly anticipated follow up to 2010's "Just Kids," which was recently slotted for adaptation into a series by Showtime, seamlessly meshes the world of rock and roll with the realm of the literary.READ MORE

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Patti Smith 'Just Kids' Memoir to Get Showtime Series Adaptation

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Rock icon Patti Smith has decided to team up with Showtime for a limited series version of Just Kids, the musicians 2010 memoir. President of Showtime, David Nevins, unveiled plans for the project Tuesday morning during the summer press tour for the Television Critics Association, detailing that smith will co-produce and co-write the series with John Logan, the brains behind Penny Dreadful.READ MORE

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Pathway to Paris Performances To Include Thom Yorke, Flea and Patti Smith

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Radiohead's own Thom Yorke is among the billed artists to perform at December's Pathway to Paris. Also helming performances by iconic singer songwriter Patti Smith as well as Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea, the event will focus on an array of topics, mostly concerning climate change.READ MORE

Dalai Lama Joins Patti Smith Onstage at Glastonbury

The Dalai Lama Joins Patti Smith Onstage at Glastonbury for 'Happy Birthday' [WATCH]

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During Patti Smith's set at Glastonbury Festival 2015, the singer-songwriter welcomed a very special guest to the Pyramid Stage Sunday afternoon. After performing her fifth song of "Pissing In A River" while dedicating it to "all our friends in Wikilieaks," she welcome none other than the harmonious Dalai Lama to the stage.READ MORE

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Patti Smith Announces 'Just Kids' Sequel 'M Train': New Book Due in October

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Patti Smith's 2010 memoir 'Just Kids' won a slew of awards and accolades for the singer, making her an in-demand author with stories to tell. According to Billboard, the 'Horses' singer has another one ready to go titled 'M Train.' The new book is described as a "sequel" to 'Just Kids,' which recounted her relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in the 1960s and '70s. It is due out in October.READ MORE

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Paul McCartney, Patti Smith, Stevie Wonder, Fall Out Boy, John Mayer & More To Appear At 2015 Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

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As previously reported, The Rock and Roll Hame of Fame announced that Lou Reed, Green Day, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Double Trouble, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Ringo Starr, "5" Royales and Bill Withers and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band will be inducted in April. Starr will additionally receive the special Award for Excellence. Now the Rock Hall has confirmed a number of music legends who are set to attend as performers or presenters.READ MORE

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Patti Smith to Induct Lou Reed Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Stevie Wonder, John Mayer and Fall Out Boy to Intro Others

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Patti Smith will posthumously induct her friend and former Velvet Underground singer Lou Reed into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month. Beck will be in charge of paying tribute to the icon as well for the performance segment. Other speakers include Stevie Wonder for Bill Withers, Paul McCartney for Ringo Starr, Fall Out Boy for Green Day and John Mayer for Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, 'Rolling Stone' noted. The hall has yet to announce who will introduce Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.READ MORE

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Flaming Lips, Miley Cyrus, Patti Smith, Debbie Harry and More Bring Down Carnegie at Tibet House Benefit Concert [VIDEO]

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The Tibet House Benefit Concert has long been one of the more popular charity events held in the music industry on a yearly basis and once again the lineup seemed to be a good one: The Flaming Lips, Miley Cyrus and Patti Smith were among the headliners.READ MORE

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Patti Smith Does Freaky Nirvana Cover at Los Angeles Show [WATCH]

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Patti Smith is a legend, and she still draws large crowds at the age of 68. The singer usually likes to pay homage to music legends at her gigs, and her Jan. 29 show at Los Angeles' Ace Hotel was no different.READ MORE


Primavera Sound 2015 Announces Lineup, Featuring Alt-J, Sleater-Kinney, The Strokes, Many More

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The latest festival to announce its 2015 line-up is Primavera Sound, which is celebrating its 15th year. The line-up was originally announced through an app called Line-App, but if you don't feel like downloading that, you can just watch the video announcement below. As can be expected from Primavera Sound, this year's lineup is absolutely killer. Among the most notable acts performing this year are Alt-J, The Black Keys, Belle & Sebastian, The Strokes, Run The Jewels, Interpol, Sun Kil Moon, Spiritualized, Mac DeMarco, Patti Smith, Panda Bear, The New Pornographers, Caribou, Ariel Pink, Tyler, The Creator, Swans, Brand New, Twin Shadow, and many, many more.READ MORE

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