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Suzi Quatro

by Paul Cashmere on September 27, 2011

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Suzi Quatro is a pop rock icon.

From the early 70s she had a string of rock and roll hits from ‘Can The Can’ to ’48 Crash’ to ‘Daytona Demon’ and ‘Devil Gate Drive’ before reinventing herself with pop songs like ‘Stumblin’ In’, ‘If You Can’t Give Me Love’, ‘She’s In Love With You’ and ‘The Race Is On’.

Suzi visited Noise11.com to talk with Paul Cashmere about growing up an Elvis fan in Detroit, moving to England at age 21, working with Mike Chapman, her role on Happy Days and her new album ‘In The Spotlight’.

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