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Current line upInstrument
Suzi QuatroVocals, Bass

Suzi Quatro was raised in a musical family and made her debut on stage playing bongo’s in her fathers jazz band, From an early age she studied classical piano and percussion, then aged 14, began an all girl band with elder sister Patti, called "The Pleasure Seekers". Suzi was ‘told’ she would be playing bass guitar, which was as tall as her. She a quickly became the lead singer and front person. The band toured for 7 years, releasing a few singles along the way and changed their name to Cradle in 1969. It was in this band, a couple of years later, that producer Mickie Most came to a concert and offered Suzi a solo contract. She flew to England in 1971 to begin her journey to fame.

Soon after Suzi began working with now legendary songwriters Chinn and Chapman , which resulted in the huge hit “Can The Can”. Between 1973 and 1980, Suzi Quatro featured in the British charts for no less than 101 weeks, and has sold to date over 55 million records, and still counting. Her hits include
“48 Crash”, “Too Big”, “Devil Gate Drive”, “Daytona Demon”, “The Wild One”, “She’s in Love With You”, “Mama’s Boy”, “If You Can’t Give Me Love”, “Rock Hard”, and a million seller in the USA., ‘Stumblin In’, a duet with Chris Norman.

In 2019, this rock music icon has released a brand new album called 'No Control', featuring the all the unique sound Suzi Quatro is known and loved for by her fans. We are thrilled to announce that Suzi will visit Seebronn for a third time and be part of our "Family & Friends" anniversary party!