Song of the Day: Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro, “Stumblin’ In”

Suzi Quatro gave the impression of being a tough, edgy rock ‘n’ roller in the early part of her career. She played the recurring role of "Leather Tuscadero" on the popular ’70’s sitcom Happy Days, which was basically a character based on herself. Her duet with Chris Norman of the British band Smokie came as kind of a surprise: unlike many of her earlier solo efforts, it was soft, melodic, and almost romantic in nature. It got as high as #4 on the Hot 100 and the Adult Contemporary chart in 1979.

8 thoughts on “Song of the Day: Chris Norman and Suzi Quatro, “Stumblin’ In”

  1. Wasn’t she the kid sister or to Pinky from Happy Day’s? I I remember this song but didn’t clue in that she was Leather from Happy Days


  2. I remember the song, but I don’t think I knew that it was “Leather Tuscadero” singing it. Not sure how that changes my life, but it seems like it should! 😉


  3. I remember being surprised by this song as well. She was more the Joan Jett type, and this song seemed too tame for her.


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