PSG

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AcronymDefinition
PSGParis Saint-Germain (Paris Football Team)
PSGPassenger
PSGPersonal Systems Group
PSGProfessional Services Group (Peoplesoft, Inc.)
PSGPolysomnogram
PSGPublic Sector Governance (various organizations)
PSGPacific School Games (Australia)
PSGProgrammable Sound Generator
PSGProfessional Service Group
PSGPressure Sensor Glow
PSGPrimate Specialist Group (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
PSGPershing
PSGPlatoon Sergeant
PSGPhrase Structure Grammar
PSGPresidential Security Group (Philippines)
PSGProduct Support Group
PSGProject Steering Group
PSGPolysomnograph
PSGPacific Seabird Group
PSGProgrammable Sound Generator (General Instruments chip)
PSGProperty Search Group (UK)
PSGPfadfinderinnenschaft Sankt Georg (German: Girl Guide Association of St. George)
PSGPartner Services Group (various companies)
PSGProcessing Solutions Group (Xilinx)
PSGPublic Service Grant
PSGPartir sans Gagner (French: Leave without Winning)
PSGPagan Spirit Gathering
PSGPublic Safety Group
PSGPunter Southall Group (London, UK)
PSGPine Street Group (Seattle, WA)
PSGPort Security Grant (US government)
PSGPatti Smith Group (band)
PSGParti Socialiste Genevois (French)
PSGPerchlorate Study Group
PSGPartido Socialista Galego
PSGPure Steam Generator
PSGPatient Support Group
PSGPlatform Solution Group (various companies)
PSGPublic Strategies Group, Inc. (St. Paul, MN)
PSGPhospho Silicate Glass
PSGPerak State Government (Malaysia)
PSGPetersburg, AK, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
PSGPowder Spray Gun (various companies)
PSGPrinting Systems Group
PSGPseudorandom Sequence Generator (electronics)
PSGPhysical Science Group
PSGPortfolio Strategies Group
PSGPrimary Switchgear
PSGPlanning Support Group
PSGPacket-Switched Gateway
PSGPassive Signal Generation
PSGPrazisions Scharfshutzen Gewehr (Heckler and Koch sniper rifle)
PSGParti Socialiste de Guyanais (French: Guyanese Socialist Party)
PSGPersonnel Support Group
PSGPreliminary Study Group
PSGPostal Strategy Group (Universal Postal Union)
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During the recording session for her third album, Patti took a chance on a Bruce Springsteen composition Because The Night that, upon its release in 1978, gave the Patti Smith Group the commercial breakthrough they richly deserved.
She was joined by guitarist Kaye, guitarist/bassist Ivan Kral, drummer Jay Dee Daugherty and Richard Sohl aka DNV on keyboards to form the 'Patti Smith Group'.
She's been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for her work as a singer-songwriter and front-woman of the Patti Smith Group; named a commander of the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres for work as a poet; and won the National Book Award for her 2010 memoir.
John has since recorded 15 solo studio albums, including his bestknown, the 1973 album Paris 1919, and produced or collaborated with artists as diverse as the Patti Smith Group, Squeeze, The Stooges and The Happy Mondays.
After giving a well-received poetry reading in 1971 backed by a local guitarist, Lenny Kaye, she slowly put together the band that would become the Patti Smith Group. In addition to Kaye, the PSG included second guitarist Ivan Kral, drummer Jay Dee Daugherty and piano player Richard Sohl.
He went on to shoot all the LP covers for the Patti Smith Group and the two remained friends until his death in 1989.
Sell-out shows and a couple of key TV slots raised their profile enormously, but the vital breakthrough was when Capitol arranged for them to spend those six days in the studio with Lenny Kaye, veteran of the Patti Smith group and a hugely-respected figure throughout the industry.
Relying on male icons--the teenaged French poet Arthur Rimbaud, American Beats Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs, rock stars Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, and Bob Dylan--she fashioned a rock-star persona that made the Patti Smith Group an icon for a whole generation of young rockers.
Starting with Television in early 1974 and then Blondie, the Ramones, the Patti Smith Group and Talking Heads, by the summer of 1975, the club was the epicenter of what was then considered avant-garde rock 'n' roll.