Vive Le Rock Icon Award-winner SUZI QUATRO is to have her 70s golden age celebrated with a new box set.
The leather-clad Detroit rocker hit the UK charts in '73 following a tour the previous year with Slade and Thin Lizzy. In May '73, she enjoyed her first No.1, 'Can The Can', kicking off an impressive run of 10 Top 40 hits that decade that included such classics as '48 Crash', 'Devil Gate Drive' and 'The Wild One', coming back post-punk with 'If You Can't Give Me Love' and 'She's In Love With You'.
Released through Chrysalis on 15 April, The Rock Box 1973-1979: The complete Recordings features 8 discs comprising her six studio albums from the 70s - each boosted by bonus tracks; her rare Japan and Australia-only live album, Live And Kickin from '77 and a DVD featuring promo clips, Top Of The Pops appearances and a Japanese live set from '75.
The set is completed by a 56-page book featuring a biography and personal recollections from Suzi and guitarist and co-songwriter Len Tuckey.
As previously announced, Suzi plays London's Royal Albert Hall on 20 April. Tickets here.