Knowledge Identifier: +Patti_Smith
Born in 1946.
Countries: United States (51%), United Kingdom (17%), (8%)
Linked to: Columbia Records, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Green Party, Pratt Institute
In 1967, she left Glassboro State College and moved to New York City
In 1969 she went to Paris with her sister and started busking and doing performance art
Thalia Zedek - The early punk era of the late 1970s in which she came of age, and in particular Patti Smith, contributed deeply to the formation of her musical aesthetic
Marilyn Miller - One of the poems from Patti Smith's 1972 book "Seventh Heaven" is called "Marilyn Miller"
John Cale - In 1974 he joined Island, working on records with Squeeze, Patti Smith, and Sham 69, among others
Punk rock - In April 1974, Patti Smith, a member of the Mercer Arts Center crowd and a friend of Hell's, came to CBGB for the first time to see the band perform
Tapper Zukie - The "Man Ah Warrior" album had gained Zukie a cult following in the UK, and he returned there in 1975, releasing the track "MPLA" as a single, which was sufficiently successful for Klik to issue the album of the same name in the UK. One notable fan of "MPLA" was Patti Smith, who gave Zukie a support slot on her UK tour, reissued "Man a Warrior" on her Mer label, and contributed sleeve-notes to his 1977 album "Man From Bosrah"
In 1978 and 1979, Gilda Radner portrayed a character called Candy Slice on "Saturday Night Live" based on Smith
Bruce Springsteen - Patti Smith reached No. 13 with her take on Springsteen's unreleased "Because the Night" in 1978, while The Pointer Sisters hit No. 2 in 1979 with Springsteen's unreleased "Fire"
Lenny Kaye - Following the Patti Smith Group's final performance in September 1979, Lenny joined the Jim Carroll Band, as well as fronting his own Lenny Kaye Connection
Steve Marker - He famously spotted Angelfish singer Shirley Manson's music video on MTV, which led to her joining the group, as Marker felt that Manson differed from the high pitched and screechy female singers of the 1990s and "was more like the voices that we loved growing up, which was more Patti Smith and Chrissie Hynde -- sort of that classic pop sound -- maybe Dusty Springfield
She toured briefly with Bob Dylan in December 1995
Lenny Kaye - In 1995, he reunited with Patti Smith and has been a part of her band since, creating five studio albums, a retrospective, and celebrating the thirtieth anniversary release of their landmark debut album, "Horses"
Jay Dee Daugherty - Since Patti Smith's re-emergence in 1995, Daugherty has continued to perform with her as a musician, co-writer, and co-producer
In 1996, Smith worked with her long-time colleagues to record "Gone Again," featuring "About a Boy", a tribute to Kurt Cobain
The Velvet Underground - The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996, by Patti Smith
Tom Verlaine - This was not the first time Verlaine had collaborated with one-time romantic partner Smith; four years earlier, he played on the song "Fireflies" from Patti Smith's 1996 album "Gone Again", and in the 1970s he played guitar on her debut single "Hey Joe" and on "Break It Up" from her debut album "Horses"
Tom Verlaine - He played on Patti Smith's Grammy-nominated "Glitter in Their Eyes" from her 2000 album Gung Ho
In 2004, Sonic Youth released an album called "Hidros 3 "
Smith premiered two new protest songs in London in September 2006
Tony Kaye (director) - He won a Grammy in 2006 for the famous Johnny Cash video "God's Gonna Cut You Down" with cameo appearances by Bono, Johnny Depp, Kanye West, Patti Smith, Terrence_Howard, Iggy Pop, The Dixie Chicks, Brian Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Keith Richards, Chris Martin, Sharon Stone, Lisa Marie Presley, Flea, Chris Rock, Justin Timberlake, Kate Moss, Peter Blake, Sheryl Crow, Dennis Hopper, Mick Jones, Jay-Z, Kris Kristofferson, Owen Wilson, Corinne Bailey Rae, and Amy Lee
Imaad Wasif - He stopped playing with the YYY's in 2007 after meeting Patti Smith, who suggested that he follow the path of heightened resistance and work to dispel his perceived connection between negativity and the creative impulse
Smells Like Teen Spirit - In 2007, Patti Smith included a cover version, which incorporated a piece of her poetry, on her album of cover songs "Twelve"
Sam Shepard - In 2007, Shepard was featured playing banjo on Patti Smith's cover of Nirvana's song, "Smells Like Teen Spirit", on her album "Twelve"
Meg White - In May 2009, Meg White married guitarist Jackson Smith, son of musicians Patti Smith and Fred "Sonic" Smith
Raimund Abraham - In 2011, Abraham was part of the ensemble cast in the film "Sleepless nights stories," which included Marina Abramovic, Thomas Boujut, Louise Bourgeois, Simon Bryant, Phong Bui, Pip Chodorov, Louis Garrel, Björk Gudmundsdottir, Flo Jacobs, Ken Jacobs, Harmony Korine, Lefty Korine, Rachel Korine-Simon, Kris Kucinskas, Hopi Lebel, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Diane Lewis, Jonas Lozoraitis, Adolfas Mekas, Oona Mekas, Sebastian Mekas, DoDo Jin Ming, Dalius Naujokaitis, Benn Northover, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Yoko Ono, Nathalie Provosty, Carolee Schneeman, Patti Smith, and Lee Stringer
Shakespears Sister - Three singles were released in March and April 2011, "Dancing Barefoot", originally by Patti Smith, an acoustic re-working of "Someone Else's Girl", and "Really Saying Something", released in celebration of 30 years since Bananarama recorded their first single
Rolling in the Deep - On 14 July 2011, Patti Smith covered "Rolling in the Deep" during a performance at the Castle Clinton
Smith provides lead vocals on the title track to Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist, Flea's 2012 debut solo EP titled "Helen Burns"
Maria Schneider (actress) - The song "Maria" from the 2012 album "Banga" by Patti Smith was written in memory of Schneider
Haley Webb - Webb made her directorial debut with the 2012 short film "Patti", about the life and work of musician Patti Smith, in which she played the eponymous role
Fete de l'Humanite - Iconic punk rocker-poet Patti Smith is scheduled to appear there in September 2012
Patrick Wolf - In 2013, Wolf went on to finish the last dates of Patti Smith's Banga tour on celtic harp and viola
What a Wonderful World - In her 2015 memoir M Train, Patti Smith wrote: 'Whenever we heard it Fred would say, Trisha, it's your song
In 2018, Smith's concert-documentary film "Horses: Patti Smith and her Band" premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival to wide acclaim