Suzi demonstrates two of her rare vintage bass guitars
Both are life-long Rotosound players
Rotosound meets The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll
We’re excited to bring you the latest in our series of films that focuses on Rotosound players of all genres and stages of their career. This episode features a player who has relied on Rotosound for the past 50 years, Suzi Quatro.
One of the first women in rock to breakthrough to the mainstream, Quatro continues to write, release records, and perform on the world’s most historic stages as she enters her fifth decade in the music industry. Hailed as The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Suzi’s story crosses continents, styles, and generations.
In this episode of Our Generation, Suzi discusses getting back to her roots with her new album, The Devil In Me, and provides insight into her musical journey, which started in her home of Detroit. She breaks down her career from playing in a group with her sisters to moving to London and shooting to fame with number-one records around the globe.
It’s a family affair
Suzi demonstrates two of her rare vintage bass guitars and jams with her son Richard, who joins Suzi to recall his journey into music and how he came to write, perform, and record with his mother. Both are life-long Rotosound players and proclaim their love of these strings.