Suzi Quatro Biography

She guest starred as Leather Tuscadero for three years in the hit US television series 'Happy Days'

Suzi grew up in the States, experiencing the rock n’ roll revolution as it happened. A talented singer and bass guitarist, trained in classical piano and percussion, she joined the band The Pleasure Seekers whilst still in her teens and never looked back.

After the band split, Suzi found herself in the UK where she became a successful solo singer, bassist and songwriter with a string of hits throughout the Seventies and Eighties including 'Can The Can' and 'Devil Gate Drive'. In her musical career she has had 16 hit singles, sold over 45 million records and toured since 1964.

Suzi also extended her career to television when in 1979 she guest starred as Leather Tuscadero for three years in the hit US television series 'Happy Days'. She has since also had guest appearances in various UK television shows including 'Minder', 'Dempsey And Makepeace' and 'Absolutely Fabulous'.

In 1990, Suzi trod the boards in London's West End playing the lead in the musical 'Annie Get Your Gun' and wrote and starred in a musical about Talullah Bankhead. Suzi continues to write, perform and record her own original material.

Suzi was nominated in the Music Broadcaster of the Year category of the 2006 Sony Radio Academy Awards.

You can get more info on what Suzi's up to these days by visiting her official website.

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