Suzi Quatro will be Chris Cordani's guest on the next Revenge of the 80s Radio. After growing up with a very musical family in Detroit, Suzi and her sisters formed The Pleasure Seekers later beaming Cradle). She then moved to the UK, where Suzi became a huge international star with early hits like "Can the Can" and "Devil Gate Drive." Many Americans remember Suzi as "Leather Tuscaderro" on the Happy Days TV series.

Although she plays several instruments, Suzi's weapon of choice is the bass. She plays 20-minute bass solos during her live performances. She is the first female bass player to achieve a high level of international stardom.

During their conversation, Suzi discusses: her beginnings and influences, her move to the UK in the early 70s, staying true to her rock roots when others tried to push her in different musical directions in the 80s, her acting career, an upcoming new live show and her latest album, IN THE SPOTLIGHT.

The conversation takes place during hour 2 of the program (9-11p Eastern US time) at 10pm Eastern US time - LIVE Q93.5FM, HV, NY.

Check other affiliates for their times and a podcast will be available this weekend on .. Also, the podcast can count as "attending." :)

Revenge of the 80s Radio also airs weekly on:

Q93.5FM – WTBQ FM, Warwick, NY, US
Rock 103 FM - Central Illinois, US
Central FM - 98.6 FM Gibraltar, Spain & 103.8 FM Calahonda, Spain
Totally 80s – 88.4 FM, Beindorm, Spain
Surf FM – 87.6 FM, Melbourne, AUS
Radio 80s – 87.6 FM, Korumburra, AUS
Seymour FM – 103.9 FM, Seymour, AUS
Indigo FM Radio Network – 88.0 FM Beechworth, AUS; 88.0 FM Yackandandah, AUS; 87.6 FM, Corowa, AUS; 87.6 FM Rutherglen, AUS
Elwood FM – 89.1 FM, Melbourne, AUS
Whaley Radio – 107.4FM, High Points, UK
80s & More – Internet Radio, U.K.

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