Rediscover rock pioneers Fanny with new album and documentary

John Landecker

Fanny (L to R), Jean Millington, Brie Brandt, and June Millington

©2017 Madeloni Photography

In 1969, L.A.-based Fanny became the first all-female rock band to get singed to a major label. From there, they took the airwaves by storm, proving that rock n’ roll wasn’t just a man’s game. Now, their story is chronicled in the new documentary, “Fanny: The Right to Rock.”

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