Tag: Patti Smith

“Please Kill Me” authors Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain, uncensored

I suggest you take the title of this post seriously: it’s uncensored. The Google ads might disappear because of F bomb appearances. Fair warning.

Rolling Stone: “CBGB” editing underway, but still questions about the soundtrack

Given Patti Smith’s reaction to the film, I don’t expect to hear any of her music, but what about the Ramones? What about Talking Heads? What about Blondie?

Patti Smith and Russell Crowe sing “Because the Night” at hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland: WHAT?

Amazing video embedded.

CBGB Festival lineup and schedule taking shape

While the film CBGB is shooting here in Savannah, the first ever CBGB Festival will be held at venues in New York City. The festival runs from July 5th through 8th.

Patti Smith on “CBGB” movie: “It seems ridiculous to be filming it.”

Never dull and constantly moving forward, Patti Smith is not so impressed with the idea of the movie CBGB, in which she will be played by Mickey Sumner (Sting’s daughter). Her new album is also streaming in this post in its entirety.

Patti Smith on covering Neil Young’s “After the Gold Rush” to end her new album

“We dedicate that dream to the children of the future.” – Patti Smith

Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins as Iggy Pop in “CBGB”, Mickey Sumner as Patti Smith

Sting’s daughter will play Patti Smith in “CBGB” — which will be filmed in Savannah from about June 25th to July 25th.

Preview Patti Smith’s upcoming album “Banga”

Open the post for three short videos of Patti Smith talking about her new album, plus the full track “April Fool”.

Patti Smith live from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a program about Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keefe (audio embedded)

UPDATE, 12/7: I just looked at the Met’s website and didn’t see anything about the audio for this getting posted, but there’s a nice blog post with a few pics at the Village Voice. UPDATE: This broadcast is over, but…

Some thoughts on Just Kids by Patti Smith

About a year ago, when I first heard that Patti Smith had written Just Kids, a book about her long friendship with Robert Mapplethorpe, I immediately flashed back to 1995. I was working at a Borders in Philadelphia when Patricia…