Yes, mostly agreed but Siouxsie and Ari Up are easily up there with her, and (along with Bush - they all started out in the late 70s, Bush was the last of the 3 to debut a record IIRC) paved the way for femmes to be taken seriously in rock music (R&B was ahead of us in that regard). There were frontwomen in rock before then (see The Runaways, just a few years earlier), but they had a real hard time being seen as anything but a gimmick/just some ass. Suzi Quatro (along with her sisters) being the main early pioneer(s), who I maintain, was only ever taken seriously (in a popular way; obviously some managers/producers/etc believed in her and others before that) much later in her career and her tenacity to stick it out is to be respected.I LOVE HER!
She is the yardstick by which I measure all other female singers. They've all come up wanting so far.