Archives for May 2011

Detroit Rock City–The Original Girls from the Garage have arrived!!

Detroit Rock City adds another original group to its amazing legacy of kick ass music!!!    The Quatro sisters and QuatroRock have finally released their earliest music from a raw era of classic Detroit Rock City music.    Recorded live original tunes from the concert halls and ballrooms of Detroit, the two retrospective CD’s (Cradle “the history” and the Pleasure Seekers “What a Way to Die”) are now fully available on and major outlets.    Enjoy this newly revamped QuatroRock website, full of the history of the original “girls from the garage” who pioneered women musicians rocking their music hard!!!!!    Girls from the garage and Detroit Rock City—-‘nuf said!

Now posted: Soundcheck Magazine feature on Q-girls

Enjoy our new “feature” posting in the Media/Pleasure Seekers Press Room…

Cyndi Ford has written a great in-depth interview on the Quatro sisters and their early music, with loads of photos.


Check it out…..Update on Pleasure Seekers CD

Any day now…….Pleasure Seekers “What a Way to Die” CD will be soon stocked at CD Baby, thru our website, and major outlets.   CD is loaded with history and photos on a 6-page insert, with limited signed copies available through our website.    Just write us your paypal address, and we can take care of your order.



The Lord, “Shangrla Radio”, 05/2011:

Four young girls in the mid-1960’s with a band leader for a father and a child protege on the piano as a brother. One of the girls has a dream; all of them have talent. The result….?

The Pleasure Seekers were formed in 1964 and became the pioneering driving force behind the female rock artists who were to follow in their wake. From the minute you first hear the sound of Patti’s guitar and Suzi’s soulful voice you know instinctively that you are witnessing something special and very unique for the time. Add to this the driving beat of Nan Ball’s drumming and the keyboards and rythm guitar of Arlene and Marylou and you can understand why the Pleasure seekers were so highly sought after.
This latest CD from QuatroRock is a must have for any serious Rock lover. But … it doesn’t end there.
Bring into this mix the ethereal and quite stunning voice of the fourth sister – Nancy – and the development into Cradle is a natural progression.

So here you have what seems to be spontaneously creative guitar work from Patti but in reality each note is carefully planned and constructed; Suzi providing bass riffs that put many top male bassists to shame and at the same time sharing vocals with the hypnotic Nancy. The end result is an album that literally transports you back in time to the late 60’s and early 70’s – the genesis of progressive rock.

Although there were many talented musicians who passed through both the Pleasure Seekers and Cradle the real accolades have to go to the four equally talented and pioneering Quatro Sisters who drove the sound forward and made it possible for the Female bands that followed to find success.

These two albums are a snapshot of Rock History – A moment in time that moulded the sounds we hear today.

~The Lord – Shangrla Radio 2011

“Soundcheck” magazine–check out new interview!

Hey….what an exciting month…….First “Ugly Things” Magazine feature on the Quatro early bands and NOW……just out…..Q-girls new feature in-depth interview in Soundcheck magazine–out now–with Suzi and Patti Quatro, by Cyndi Ford.   Pictures too……Enjoy!     Full article will be posted soon.