AMERICAN music star Patti Smith is to host a fundraising gig for the famous Bronte museum.
What does PS stand for?
PS stands for Patti Smith (singer)
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Byline: JULES BOYLE WITH a 40-year career behind her, Patti Smith could easily have played it safe, relying on her incredible back catalogue and the goodwill it engenders to win over the crowd, but the queen of New York punk has never taken the easy option.
Byline: JULES BOYLE PATTI SMITH ABC, Glasgow, Sept 6 The term "legend" is bandied about too much but if anyone deserves such praise, it's surely Patti Smith.
Patti Smith - Banga PUNK priestess Patti Smith shows no signs of slowing down with her 11th studio album, her first album of original music for eight years.
Woolgathering Patti Smith New Directions 80-8th Avenue, New York NY 10011 9780811219440, $18.
US punk rock poet Patti Smith led a celebration Thursday in memory of Arthur Rimbaud, in the home town of the French poet who died 120 years ago.
Perfect entry point for fans of her autobiographical memoir, JUST KIDS, winner of the National Book Award and a New York Times bestseller; CD includes personal recollections of each song written by Patti Smith OUTSIDE SOCIETY also packaged as a double-LP vinyl set, available everywhere starting August 23, 2011, through Columbia/Arista/Legacy NEW YORK, June 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Patti Smith raises the curtain on OUTSIDE SOCIETY , a new collection of her signature songs on the Arista and Columbia labels.
Tibet House stages its Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall, featuring Patti Smith and her daughter Jesse Smith; brooding Midwesterners the National; and young indie whippersnappers Vampire Weekend.