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Profile of Suzi Quatro on Famous Like Me

Name: Suzi Quatro  
Also Know As: Susan Kay Quatrocchio
Date of Birth: 3rd June 1950
Place of Birth: Detroit, Michigan, USA
Profession: Singer
From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia

Suzi Quatro (born Susan Kay Quatrocchio on June 3, 1950 in Detroit, Michigan.) is a bassist, singer, radio personality and actress. Her father, Art Quatrocchio, was of Italian descent and her mother, Helen Rebel, was of Hungarian ancestry.

She began her career in the United States with The Pleasure Seekers and Cradle, then moved to England in 1971 where she was discovered by record producer Mickie Most. She achieved worldwide success with several hit Heavy Rock/Glam Rock songs throughout the 1970's, including Can the Can in 1973 and Devil Gate Drive in 1974 on RAK Records. Her duet with Chris Norman of the band Smokie, Stumblin' In, was a pop hit in the United States in 1979.

Quatro has performed as an actress in roles as varied as Annie Oakley in an 1986 London production of Annie Get Your Gun and, most famously, as Leather Tuscadero in the TV show Happy Days.

She currently lives both in England and Germany and hosts a weekly Rock and Roll program on BBC Radio 2. She also continues to tour the world as a musician.

Suzi Quatro albums

  • 1973 Suzi Quatro
  • 1974 Quatro
  • 1975 Your Mama Won't Like Me
  • 1977 Aggro Phobia
  • 1978 If You Knew Suzi
  • 1979 Suzi...And Other Four Letter Words
  • 1980 Rock Hard
  • 1982 Main Attraction
  • 1991 Oh Suzi Q
  • 1996 What Goes Around

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