By the late-’70s, Suzi Quatro had been on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, produced charting singles, played a role on the popular sitcom Happy Days, and had an offer to do a spinoff. It was a recipe for mainstream stardom. But Quatro fought to make her own way as an entertainer. She eschewed the path to becoming a household name, but she never went away and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. Suzi Q, a new documentary about her life shows Quatro keeps her foot on the gas and the wheel aimed uphill.