Unzipped is the legendary 70s rocker's utterly candid account of the highs and lows of a life lived hell for leather.
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.
"Nobody messes with Suzi Quatro. It shows. No wonder she made it to the top" -- Irish Sunday Independent "A fascinating memoir of a life lived out loud" -- Glasgow Evening Times "All this action makes a 'wow man, groovy' rock'n'roll read" -- Daily Mail "A raw talent that made even Mick Jagger sit up" -- Sunday Express