Seventies rocker and Happy Days star Suzi Quatro is revamping her career with a little help from Rihanna and Goldfrapp.
The Devil Gate Drive hitmaker's comeback album, In The Spotlight, features renditions of Rihanna's Breakin' Dishes and Strict MAChine by Goldfrapp.
Quatro also covers Elvis Presley's Hard Headed Woman and a tribute to The King, titled Singing With Angels, which the rocker recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, with Elvis' singing group The Jordanaires on backing vocals.
And she's planning to promote the album with a massive world tour, which will coincide with her 50th year in the business (14).
The 61 year old says, "I don't want to stop. My dad did his last gig at age 89, so I am still a baby!"