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 “Veteran of Rock N’ Roll”, Suzi Quatro, has released her new single, “Heart On The Line”. The song is the bonus track of the vinyl version of her current studio album, No Control.

Suzi Quatro says about the new song: “I wrote and produced this song especially for the new album, No Control. It was originally an unplugged cut just on the vinyl. Then, how these things go… the public took over at concerts… the song went down a storm at the end of the show, and it was decided by all concerned to re-record …which I did, taking it from unplugged to plugged and back again, it is now an emotional epic. In fact, it is MY HEART ON THE LINE

A first single, “No Soul/No Control,” is expected to be released on Feb. 15. Pre-order the album here.

Quatro has plenty of 2019 concerts scheduled including U.K. dates as part of a “Legends Live” lineup that also includes David Essex and Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers.

The classic rock artist, who turns 69 on June 3, has successfully worked as a musician for more than 50 years. Though she’s from Detroit, Quatro’s initial success was overseas.  On her continuing to record and perform, Quatro says: “I’ll retire when I go onstage, shake my ass, and there is silence.

Recently Suzi Quatro had criticises today’s women in music: Get your clothes on!  

‘Think about clothes – put them back on!’ SUZI QUATRO is widely regarded as the first woman of rock music, but she doesn’t think many have followed her lead.
Speaking to Express.co.uk ahead of a new Legends Live tour that will see her play alongside The Osmonds, Hot Chocolate and David Essex, the 66-year-old musician criticised the way modern pop music has become “too sexualised”.

t’s no secret that pop stars like to bare their bodies, whether it’s on stage, on the red carpet, or in a music video. Big pop names like Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Gotye left little to the imagination in their video hits, and we’ve also seen nudity (and controversy) pop up in videos from rock acts like the Flaming Lips and Sigur Ros. Check out our list of 20 not so sweet videos that aren’t afraid to show some skin.

Asked if she has seen much improvement in music’s gender politics since her own breakthrough, she said simply: “No.”

“I don’t think that many people have walked through the door that I opened,” she added.

“It’s not an easy job. It’s just not. It needs a lot of stamina. On one tour for example, I was singing 27 songs a night!”

“Put it this way: Just because you think you’re calling the shots on your sexuality as far as your image goes, it doesn’t mean you are. And maybe you’re calling the wrong shots!
“I was sexual, but I was covered! I was covered from actual head to foot! And that was more sexy than being naked.
“There’s a lot to be said for illusion.”

No Control Tracklisting

1. No Soul/No Control
2. Going Home
3. Strings
4. Love Isn’t Fair
5. Macho Man
6 .Easy Pickings
7. Bass Line
8. Don’t Do Me Wrong
9. Heavy Duty
10. I Can Teach You To Fly
11 Going Down Blues

Watch Quatro perform as “Leather” Tuscadero on Happy Days

Suzi Quatro 2019 Tour (Tickets for many of the shows are available here and here)

Australia
Feb 16 – Seppeltsfield – Seppeltsfield Winery
Feb 17 – Hobart – Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
Feb 23 – Ascot – Bendigo Racecourse
Feb 24 – Canberra – Stage 88 Commonwealth Park
Mar 02 – Wodonga – Gateway Lakes
Mar 03 – Kiama – Kiama Showground
Mar 09 – Kariong – Mount Penang Parklands
Mar 10 – Jacobs Well – Harrigans Drift Inn
Mar 16 – Port Macquarie – Westport Park
Mar 17 – Sandstone Point – Sandstone Point Hotel

Oct 27 – Perth – Regal Theatre
Oct 30 – Rockhamton – West End Hotel Arena
Nov 01 – Gold Coast – The Star Theatre
Nov 04 – Melbourne – Palais Theatre
Nov 06 – Newcastle – Entertainment Centre
Nov 08 – Sydney – Enmore Theatre

Europe
Mar 22 – Trencin, Slovakia – Sportova Hala
Mar 23 – Bratislava, Slovakia – Istropolis
Mar 24 – Olomouc, Czech Republic – Clarion Kongress Hotel

UK
Apr 04 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
Apr 05 – Leeds – First Direct Arena
Apr 06 – Cardiff – Motorpoint Arena
Apr 07 – Brighton – Brighton Centre
Apr 09 – Newcastle – Metro Radio Arena
Apr 10 – Notingham – Motorpoint Arena
Apr 11 – London – SSE Arena
Apr 12 – Birmingham – Genting Arena
Apr 13 – Liverpool – Echo Arena
Apr 14 – Bournemouth – BIC

Germany
Apr 24 – Berlin – Friedrichstadt Palast
Apr 30 – Schopfheim – Stadthalle
May 06 – Hamburg – Laeiszhalle
May 11 – Bremen – Metropol Theater
May 12 – Neuruppin – Kultur-Kirche
May 14 – Rostock – Stadthalle
May 15 – Hannover – Theater am Aegi
May 29 – Munich – Circus Krone

Aug 30 – Plauen – Parktheater
Aug 31 – thale – Bergtheater
Sep 01 – Kranichfeld – Freilichtbühne Niederburg
Sep 22 – Leipzig – Gewandhaus
Sep 28 – Dortmund – Westfallenhalle 3A
Oct 01 – Reutlingen – Stadthalle
Oct 02 – Kassel – Stadthalle
Oct 04 – Wuppertal – Stadthalle
Oct 05 – Osnabruck – Osnabrückhalle

Dec 07 – Heilbronn – Harmonie
Dec 13 – Dresden – Kulturpalast
Dec 14 – Jena – Sparkassen Arena
Dec 15 – Nürnberg – Löwensaal

 

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