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  1. The Pleasure Seekers was a 1960s-era, all-female rock band from Detroit, Michigan. The band morphed into Cradle, changing direction musically. They are known in large part to the later prominence of band member Suzi Quatro.

  2. Leigh Serridge 1971 ~ 1973. Leigh Serridge joined Cradle with her sister, Lynne, in 1971, as Suzi left to pursue a solo career in England. Leigh was considered by her peers as one of the stronger female drummers to come out of Detroit. A dynamic drummer in the style of Ginger Baker, Leigh was the backbeat behind Cradle, helping to continue the ...

  3. 25 de jul. de 2023 · Subscribed. 198. 1.5K views 6 months ago The Outhouse Lounge Podcast. Nancy Quatro Glass joins host Chris Cordani on the Outhouse Lounge. Nancy, from the extremely talented Quatro music family, was...

  4. 7 de may. de 2012 · Pleasure Seekers / Cradle performance at Detroit Music Awards. Jill Hengst. 14 subscribers. Subscribed. 123. 8K views 11 years ago. Songs: What a Way to Die, Brain confusion, and Ted Performers :...

  5. 3 de sept. de 2022 · 166 views 10 months ago. The Pleasure Seekers was a 1960s-era, all-female rock band from Detroit, Michigan. The band morphed into Cradle, changing direction musically. They are known due in...

  6. The 2 CD anthology covers the Quatro sisters years, from the Pleasure Seekers 1964-1969 thru Cradle 1969-1973. CRADLE was the early 1970’s female rock group, evolving out of The Pleasure Seekers, (who had a reputation in the 60’s as perhaps the best and earliest all-female rock band.

  7. The Pleasure Seekers. The Pleasure Seekers were founded in 1964 by sisters Patti and Suzi Quatro, sisters Nancy (drums) and Mary Lou Ball (guitar), and Diane Baker on piano in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Baker was soon replaced by Arlene Quatro. The released their first single in 1964, "Never Thought You'd Leave Me" b/w "What a Way to Die," on ...