Unzipped

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Hodder & Stoughton, Jul 24, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
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With an international tour celebrating the 70s that kicks off at the end of 2017, Unzipped is the story of how Little Susie from Detroit grew up to become the international superstar musician, actress and glam rock sensation Suzi Quatro.

The glam rock icon behind such hits as 'Can the Can', 'Devil Gate Drive' and 'Your Mamma Won't Like Me' has sold over 50 million records worldwide and has worked, partied and rocked out with legendary figures such as Noddy Holder, Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop. Suzi Quatro's transformation from girl to glam rocker was fuelled by huge talent, determination, hard work and a fabulous sense of humour, but it wasn't easy.

In Unzipped, Quatro tells her story of life behind the scenes and in the thick of it as one of the first major break-out female rock bassists. Later, she went on to Hollywood to join the cast of Happy Days, juggling her acting and music career with a turbulent personal life and constant touring around the world. Through it all, she never lost her passion to perform or her sense of adventure.

Suzi Quatro remembers it all in this brilliantly personal and funny book, a thrilling account of a life lived going hell for leather.

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About the author (2008)

Suzi Quatro has been a professional musician since she was 15 years old when she played bass in an all-girl band with her sisters. She left America to pursue a solo career in London at the age of 21 and has been based here ever since, not counting all the time she's spent on the road all over the world and an interlude in Hollywood starring in Happy Days. These days, Suzi is married and living in Essex. She has two children and a granddaughter and still loves to play bass and write songs.

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