Do you remember, Can The Can, 48 Crash, Devil Gate Drive, If You Can't Give Me Love, She's in Love With You.
She appeared regularly on Top of the Pops and we all played our air guitar along with her.
Suzie was an ball of energy which she put into every song she played and always looked as if she was having the best time ever.
She is still making music and playing concerts. On April 27th she will appear at The Fillmore in her hometown of Detroit at the 21st Annual Detroit Music Awards and amazingly the woman has not changed at all it's as if time has stood still for her.
|Suzi Today, still a rock chick|
Queen, I would be amazed if anyone comments that they have never heard of Queen. Formed in 1971 Queen took the rock scene by storm, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor, John Deacon,and Brian May.
Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, Somebody To Love, We Will Rock You, Fat Bottomed Girls, Let me Entertain you.
It took me a while to like Queen, it certainly wasn't love at first sight or sound, but they grew on me. They could sing heavy rock songs and slow poignant ones just as well.
We Will Rock You, a rock musical based on Queen songs opened in 2002 in London's west end and the legend that is Queen lives on for younger generations. There are so many great Queen songs to choose from and although I love Bohemian Rhapsody and Who Wants to Live Forever, I have chosen a real feelgood one that will have you tapping your feet and singing your heart out.
You did a little dance while listening to that, didn't you?
Want to know what other Q's were around during the fifties and sixties?
Pop over to Rosalind's blog Writing in The Rain to find out.