To date, Suzi Quatro has sold more than 55 million albums worldwide. After appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone, she was cast as the beloved character Leather Tuscadero on the hit ‘70s TV series, “Happy Days.” Her duet with Chris Norman, “Stumblin’ In,” reached #4 in the US in 1978.
A Detroit native, Suzi has made her home in England since 1971. She released her autobiography, “Unzipped,” in 2007 and recently performed it at the London West End Theater as a one-woman show. In 2014 she will celebrate her 50th year in show business.
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Welcome to Austin, Texas! The music scene here is diverse and proudly offers rock, pop, country, gospel, blues, bluegrass, jazz, Tejano and more.
This two-hour guided tour enlightens guests about Austin’s famous music scene as the tour moves through the city. Sites of particular interest to music enthusiasts to be seen along the driving tour are a statue of Willie Nelson, Famous Sixth Street, the Austin City Limits Moody Theatre, multiple downtown music and entertainment districts, Daniel Johnston Mural, Doug Sahm Hill, Zilker Park (site of the Austin City Limits Music Festival).
Guests will also hear about some of Austin’s history and landmarks along the tour route including the Texas State Capital • Historic Congress Avenue • Texas State History Museum • Hill Country views on 2222 and Loop 360 including the beautiful Pennybacker Bridge over Lake Austin • LBJ Presidential Library • Long Center for the Performing Arts • Texas Governor's Mansion • The Drag • Town Lake and Auditorium Shores • University of Texas at Austin • UT Royal Memorial Stadium • Lake Austin and more!
Weather and time permitting, the tour makes a stop and takes guests on a walk to the statue of Stevie Ray Vaughan that stands on the shore of the lake where Stevie played concerts and Austin embraced the music legend long before he was known to the world as one of the greatest guitar players to ever live. This stop on the tour offers a beautiful Austin photo opportunity with the city skyline in the background.
It’s all about music in Austin where the varied selection of clubs and honky-tonks provide a music scene where everybody finds their groove. After this tour, guests will be ready to rock with the locals!Tickets are $35 and must be purchased in advance.