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New doc Fanny: The Right to Rock celebrates the history of the pioneering all-female band
In the 1970s, Fanny was one of the first all-female rock groups to be signed to a major label. Despite a handful of albums and a loyal fan base that included the likes of David Bowie and George Harrison, the band's contributions seemed to have been mostly erased from music history — until now. Lead guitarist June Millington stars in a new documentary, called Fanny: The Right to Rock. It's screening across Canada at the Hot Docs Festival in Toronto. Millington joined guest host Talia Schlanger to reflect on her music career and the effort to reunite the band more than 50 years later.