Chelmsford City Museums
An Evening With Suzi Quatro at Chelmsford Museum

An Evening With Suzi Quatro

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Chelmsford Museum




7pm for 7.30pm


19 March 2018



Suzi Quatro, one of the most prolific rock and roll stars of the last half century, is renowned for her leather catsuits and for being the "first rock'n'roll chick, lead singer, and serious bass player". 

An Evening With Suzi Quatro at Chelmsford Museum

But there is a softer side to Suzi and she will be showing this as she shares her experiences, and stories from her new books 'Through My Eyes' and 'The Hurricane'.  

We will start the evening off with a welcome drink, and follow with 
reminiscences and narration from Suzi, drawing from her recently published books.

The evening will end with a book signing. Books will be available for purchase at the museum. 

Suzi Quatro Through My Eyes
 'Through My Eyes'

A collection that is candid, thought-provoking, revealing and sometimes shocking. If you thought being an international rock star was all glamour and good times, Through My Eyes will take you on a rock'n'rollercoaster of a journey through a life bedeviled by men who were often unsuitable, unspeakable or unattainable...not that Suzi was going to take any of that lying down! The poems reveal some of Suzi's deepest and most intimate feelings. They are predominantly about love, from the optimism and exuberance of a young singer about to launch her solo career, to the acrimony and disillusionment relating to various relationships - real, imaginary or longed for - that punctuated her subsequent life. Suzi has also included notes that reveal where she was and what she was doing at the time she was writing. Taking things on a stage from her autobiography, Unzipped, this is rhyme...with a reason!

'The Hurricane'

Alison Meridith Heart is a different kind of female: not masculine, not feminine, but somewhere right in between, a 'one off'. She thinks like a man but has the emotions of a woman - a deadly combination. Long brown hair, hazel eyes, lanky, t-shirted, blue jeaned, cowboy booted, and a guitar player in a band of guys who call themselves The Rough Edges - a band she would quickly surpass in talent. Alison takes us through her life from Cleveland, to New York, to London, to Miami, from marriage to affair, from great happiness to great tragedy. It is a journey through the music business, and a journey through her heart - too much heart if the truth be known. Follow her through the emotional upheaval her life represents. She is a stranger in her own body, who unwittingly discovers 'why' she has always felt this way. The Hurricane blows in...'and nothing will ever be the same again'.