The trio got together at the premiere of Smith's new Horses film in New York

Last night (April 23) saw the premiere of Steven Sebring’s film documentary Horses: Patti Smith And Her Band at New York’s Beacon Theatre.

After the screening, Smith and her band played a short set, including a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth” dedicated to the Parkland Five gun-control campaigners.

For the encore, she brought out Bruce Springsteen to play “Because The Night”. He was followed by Michael Stipe, who joined them for a rousing version of Smith’s 1988 single “People Have The Power”. You can watch both performances here:

Watch a trailer for Horses: Patti Smith And Her Band below. The film will be available to stream on Apple Music on May 22.

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