Well, it ain't no use, turn me loose, more, more
I can't keep score!"
Susan Kay "Suzi" Quatro (June 3, 1950) is an American bassist and singer and one of the most prominent founders of the Glam Rock era. She's also a pioneer in women's rock and has influenced many subsequent female musicians from Joan Jett to KT Tunstall. Some of her best known songs include "The Wild One", "48 Crash", "Can the Can" and "Devil Gate Drive".
More info about her can be found at The Other Wiki.
I'm a red-hot fox, I can take the tropes...:
- Auto Erotica: "Daytona Demon" fits this trope somewhat. The song is about the narrator comparing her lover's lovemaking to a racecar:"Ride me, ride you
We do anything we wanna do
Speed you, speed me, you're my machine
Daytona demon, Daytona demon"
- Cool Old Lady: Has firmly entered this realm. Entered 70, still recording, still touring, still looks fantastic, and regularly interacts with fans via her Youtube channel.
- She also has the ultimate accolade, for an American in the UK, of being a regular music show presenter on BBC radio.
- Glam Rock: The most prominent woman in the genre.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: One of the first women rockers to embrace it. Her character on Happy Days was named Leather Tuscadero.
- Female Rockers Play Bass: Trope Namer of an old version of the page, and one of the Trope Codifiers. One of the best-known bassists and female musicians of the era, she was usually the only female musician in her bands, and very much the lead.
- "I Am" Song: "The Wild One".
- The Lad-ette
- Lead Bassist: Suzi plays bass and sings.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Not in the athletic sense, but she's five-foot-nothing and has a mighty vocal.
- Rock Me, Asmodeus!: "Devil Gate Drive", "Daytona Demon".