Watch ‘Suzi Q,’ documentary about legendary Detroit rocker Suzi Quatro

The new documentary “Suzi Q” tells the story of Detroit-born Suzi Quatro, the barrier-busting musician who remains a beacon to female rock ‘n’ rollers decades after her breakout.
The film traces her early years in metro Detroit, stardom overseas, pop-culture impact thanks to a role on the ’70s sitcom “Happy Days” and lasting influence. It also captures Quatro’s return to Detroit for a reunion with her musically inclined family.
Among those interviewed in the film are Alice Cooper, Deborah Harry, Joan Jett, Henry Winkler and members of the Quatro family.
The film from Australian filmmakers Liam Firmager and Tait Brady was scheduled to get its (in-theater) Michigan premiere at Freep Film Festival in April. Since that couldn’t happen, the festival is now partnering on the documentary’s North American virtual premiere.
The film will be available for rent on Wednesday. Tickets are $10, and the rental is good for 24 hours. Access the film here: https://www.altavod.com/movies/suzi-q-freep
A taped Q&A with Suzi Quatro, Cherie Currie (the Runaways) and Kathy Valentine (the Go-Go’s) will immediately follow the film’s credits.
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