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Suzi Quatro Returns

Rock Solid

Pat welcomes iconic rocker Suzi Quatro back to the Zoom Room to discuss her new album "The Devil In Me."


1 Apr 2021

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Suzi Quatro (Musician/Actress) - A Bunch Of Fredos

The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll Show) w/Ralph Sutton & Big Jay Oakerson

Suzi Quatro joins Ralph Sutton and James Mattern and they discuss Suzi Quatro breaking down barriers in the music industry, how her success caused a rift in her family, her character Leather Tuscadero on Happy Days, collaborating with her son, her connections to Elvis Presley, how living in different countries keeps her marriage strong, when Suzi Quatro gave Alice Cooper a black eye, her first concert, drug and sexual experience and so much more!(Air Date: March 20th, 2021)Support our sponsors!bit.ly/3kV0aI9 - Click here or go to HempireDirect.com and use promo code: GASFLOWER to get 50% off any of their Delta 8 bud!The SDR Show merchandise is available at https://podcastmerch.com/collections/the-sdr-showYou can watch The SDR Show LIVE for FREE every Wednesday and Saturday at 9pm ET at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVEOnce you're there you can sign up at GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code: SDR for a 14-day FREE trial with access to every SDR show ever recorded! On top of that you'll also have the same access to ALL the shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!Follow the whole show on social media!Suzi QuatroTwitter: https://twitter.com/suzi_quatroInstagram: https://instagram.com/suziquatrorealWebsite: SuziQuatro.comJames L. MatternTwitter: https://twitter.com/jameslmatternInstagram: https://instagram.com/thejamesmatternRalph SuttonTwitter: https://twitter.com/iamralphsuttonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamralphsutton/The SDR ShowTwitter: https://twitter.com/theSDRshowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesdrshow/Shannon LeeTwitter: https://twitter.com/imshannonleeInstagram: https://instagram.com/shannonlee6982GaS Digital NetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/


26 Mar 2021

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Ep263: The Legend of Suzi Quatro

The Vinyl Guide

Suzi Quatro has been playing rock and roll and making records since her early teens. Today she joins us to discuss that journey, the rare records, the hard won victories and her recent career renaissance, including her new LP "The Devil In Me". If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related.


8 Mar 2021

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Suzi Quatro has The Devil In Me (LiveStream Audio)

Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon

Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon presents the legendary - Suzi Quatro We discuss her new album The devil In Me and so much more. Press Release - SUZI QUATRO The Devil In Me 26 March 2021 Tracklisting: 01. The Devil In Me 3:24 02. Hey Queenie 4:08 03. Betty Who? 3:57 04. You Can‘t Dream It 3:10 05. My Heart And Soul 5:13 (long version) 06. Get Outta Jail 3:18 07. Do Ya Dance 2:44 08. Isolation Blues 3:36 09. I Sold My Soul Today 2:37 10. Love‘s Gone Bad 4:35 11. In The Dark 3:08 12. Motor City Riders 3:54 LP Bonustracks: 13. Can I Be Your Girl 3:34 14. Desperado 3:37 Info / Bio (English): It’s got to be a very special release that has Suzi Quatro announce proudly: “The Devil In Me is the best album in my career to date!” After all, the American rock vocalist would hardly utter such superlatives lightly. Suzi’s enthusiasm for her latest offering has many reasons, twelve of them to be precise. Because The Devil In Me consists of exactly a dozen songs, each of them – from the opening track and title song to the final ‘Motor City Riders’ – a real highlight. The reasons for Suzi’s remarkable creative explosion: on the one hand the lockdown, which kept her from her usual touring life in spring 2020, and on the other another collaboration with her son Richard Tuckey, which had already worked out extremely well on her predecessor album No Control. Suzi: “Starting spring 2020, almost one hundred of my shows were cancelled and Richard would also have been on tour with his band had not all concerts been cancelled or postponed. So I said to him: ‘We should make the most of our free time, write new material and allow ourselves to be inspired by the things that are currently going on in the world.’ I already knew that Richard and I make a brilliant team, after all No Control had been a major success and a very special recording for us. Although I would never have thought that we’d be able to surpass it. But everybody who’s heard The Devil In Me and all the people who had worked on the previous album have told us: ‘This album is even stronger!’” Suzi Quatro, now in her 57th year of writing and performing, certainly knows what she’s talking about. Since the beginning of her career as a 14-year-old singer and bassist she has achieved almost everything a musician could possibly hope to achieve. Her charismatic voice, her powerful bass style and global hits such as ‘Can The Can’, ‘48 Crash’, ‘Devil Gate Drive’, ‘If You Can`t Give Me Love’, ‘She`s In Love With You’ and ‘Stumblin In’ made her a rock music icon in the 1970s. To this day, her motto is: “I won’t retire before I turn around, shake my ass and there’s silence.” That this moment is still a long way in the distant future is partly due to The Devil In Me. “I have to confess that I could hardly wait to work on new material again with Richard after the release of No Control,” Suzi explains. “Every album has its own creative history and I know that it’s impossible to plan success. But Richard and I were certain of one thing: We knew we’d be a good team again.” And every single note on The Devil In Me proves just how good this team is. The album presents Suzi’s full range of musical diversity plus a number of surprises. From rock tracks such as ‘The Devil In Me’, ‘Get Outta Jail’, ‘Motorcity Riders’ and ‘Hey Queenie’ (“these four songs are typical of me and continue the tradition of my 1973 debut album”) to fairly unusual numbers such as the pub atmosphere-inspired ‘Isolation Blues’ with its intimate mood or ‘In The Dark’ which is accompanied by elegant piano and provocative saxophone sounds, Suzi presents herself from a whole range of different aspects. “Richard wanted this album to have a through line, so that you could put any track on, and it just fit… he also said he wanted this album to be as important and ground breaking as my first one. So that is how we approached this project, and that is what we accomplished.” ‘My Heart And Soul’ shows just how creative Suzi and Richard could be – it’s without a doubt one of the most beautiful Christmas songs of recent years. Says Suzi: “I have a little studio at my house. Richard was in the studio working on ideas, I was sitting on the patio, relaxing, and heard this absolutely beautiful track coming out of the open studio door. It was a bass line, with a sparse guitar chord, and drums. It was immediate for me. I ran into the studio, mask on of course, it was like a magnet. I asked him: ‘What is this?’ I told him to set up a microphone, I said: ‘Quick, quick, quick!’ And without thinking, without writing anything down, I sang the first for lines of the song exactly as they ended up. That`s when you know you have a great song ... and we do!” And so the lead single ‘My Heart And Soul’ (scheduled for release on 4 December 2020) hails an album that – you can’t help but agree with Suzi – probably really has turned into the best of her career so far.Help support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


4 Mar 2021

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Suzi Quatro

Rock Solid

Pat welcomes legendary rocker Suzi Quatro to the "Zoom Room" to discuss her career in music and the new documentary "Suzi Q."

1hr 23mins

24 Sep 2020

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Pictures of Lily Podcast: Episode 1.20: Suzi Quatro

Pictures of Lily

In the 20th episode of the Pictures of Lily Podcast, I talk about my experiences behind the scenes of interviewing Suzi Quatro about her documentary, Suzi Q for Under The Radar. Listen here: Or on your preferred podcast platform: Or on SoundCloud: Or on YouTube: Or on Pandora: Or on Amazon: The post Pictures of Lily Podcast: Episode 1.20: Suzi Quatro appeared first on Lily Moayeri.


9 Sep 2020

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Episode 1: Suzi Quatro #suziquatro #womeninrock

Metal Priestesses

Join the Metal Priestesses,  Elizabeth Galdamaz, Hear She Roars Blog, Genny Schorr, Marina Muhlfriedel, Gwynne Kahn and  Jessie Jacobson from seminal  LA Punk Band Backstage Pass,  Alejandra and Zoe Villegas from Detroit’s Sangreal Records and Gemineyetarot. We  are honored to chat  with music icon Suzi Quatro about the making of her new documentary Suzi Q.  She shares details about leaving her family home in Detroit to pursue her dreams in England.  Suzi discusses what is was like to be the first woman in rock to become a major success and her role in the iconic show “ Happy Days”. She reveals being heavily influenced by Elvis and talks about where she was when he died and the song she wrote about him.  Please listen , like and subscribe!  Rock on ! Follow Metal Priestesses Podcast:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeZ0nPy3dx4Sk0US9tzkT9A?view_as=subscriberFacebook: MetalPriestessesPodcastInstagram: MetalPriestessesPodcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/MetalPriestess2Episode is LivePublished: Nov. 09, 2020 @ 7AM EditUnpublish


11 Aug 2020

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The Junot Files: Suzi Quatro

The Junot Files with Jim Junot

An interview with Suzi Quatro--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-junot-files/support


9 Aug 2020

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Balls: Rock Star & Actress Suzi Quatro

Orange Juice for the Ears with Beatie Wolfe

Beatie Wolfe interviews 'first lady of rock 'n roll' Suzi Quatro about breaking down barriers and rewriting the rules for women in a male-dominated rock culture. Listen to this show that takes you from Elvis to Leather Tuscadero via the power of limitless swagger. Orange Juice for the Ears with “musical weirdo and visionary” (Vice) Beatie Wolfe explores the power of music across Space, Science, Art, Health, Film & Technology by talking to the leading luminaries in each field from Nobel Prize winners to multi-platinum producers and hearing the music that has most impacted them, their “Orange Juice for the Ears”. Beatie Wolfe is an artist who has beamed her music into space, been appointed a UN Women role model for innovation, and held an acclaimed solo exhibition at the V&A Museum. Suzi Quatro’s Orange Juice for the Ears First song that imprinted? “Don’t be Cruel” by Elvis Presley First album that shaped who you are? (plus which song to play) "Stuck Inside of Mobile (with the Memphis Blues Again)" by Bob Dylan - from Blonde on Blonde The music you would send into Space? “Pathetique” by Beethoven Song you would have at your memorial? “When I Fall in Love” by Nat King Cole Album you would pass onto your kids? (plus which song to play) “Rosie” by Jackson Browne - from Running on Empty The show opens with “Can the Can” by Suzi Quatro. This show first aired live on LA’s dublab radio. The podcast was mastered by Dean Hovey. For rights reasons, the music in this podcast version is shorter than in the original broadcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-radio/support


5 Aug 2020

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Suzi Quatro

The Strange Brew - artist stories behind the greatest music ever recorded

Suzi Quatro reveals the stories behind some of her greatest tracks to tie in with her Suzi Q documentary and Through My Words book. Further details can be found at suziquatro.com The post Suzi Quatro appeared first on The Strange Brew.

1hr 22mins

13 Jul 2020