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HEN Suzi Quatro started playing in bands, back in 1964, it was a lonely place for women.
“I was the only one doing what I was doing. There were no other girls that I could look up to and say, ‘I want to be like them,’ because they didn’t exist,” she tells The BINGE Guide.
“So I had to be very sure of myself, very sure of where I wanted to go and stick to it, which is what I did.”
It would prove the making of her and establish a career that even now is only getting the recognition for her pioneering efforts that she deserves.
“It’s why I made it,” she says proudly, “because I didn’t compromise myself. I was who I am and I’m still the same now. I do not compromise for anybody, not one inch,” she insists. “I knew very early on that this is my calling. It’s more than a job, it’s a calling.”
Born in Detroit, this pint-sized pioneering rock goddess would pave the way for other ballsy female rockers such as Joan Jett and Deborah Harry.
At its heart, this documentary is a story of acceptance, for a career which should have brought her enormous American success but somehow did not.
Though Quatro saw enormous sales here in Australia and Europe, stardom at home proved more elusive.
Quatro, 70, is speaking on a video conferencing app from her home in Essex, where she’s lived for more than 30 years.
The remarkably youthful-looking mother of two and grandmother to a 19-year-old is wearing a red shirt, a black leather vest and black pants.
Leaning back in her office chair, she smiles and holds up a glass of champagne.
“I’m going to relax and drink my champagne. It’s 7.30pm so I’m allowed,” she chuckles.
Quatro gave Australian filmmakers Liam Firmager and Tait Brady carte