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Fanny: Fillmore East, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, The New York Times, 30 May 1971

Fanny, a Four-Girl Rock Group, Poses a Challenge to Male Ego ...

Fanny: Charity Ball

Review by Lenny Kaye, Rolling Stone, 14 October 1971

WELL, LET'S SEE...first there was Goldie and the Gingerbreads and the UFO's. Then Cake, who were merely New York's answer to the Ronettes, and the ...

Fanny, Wet Willie: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles, CA

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 23 October 1971

Fanny Rock Group in Engagement at Whisky ...

Fanny: Charity Ball (Reprise)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Creem, November 1971

SEEING FANNY live after hearing Charity Ball leaves two possibilities: either the group doesn't know the first thing about recording or Richard Perry is a ...

There Aren't Many Girls In Hard Rock, But A New Day (And Attitude) Is Dawning

Essay by Jacoba Atlas, Billboard, 6 November 1971

WHEN I mentioned to Nicky Barclay of the first successful all-girl rock band Fanny that I was working on an article dealing with women in ...

Fanny: Music by Women

Interview by uncredited writer, The Great Speckled Bird, 22 November 1971

IT ALL started Wednesday at the royal coach inn with Viva. The inn is some architect's nightmare of Lancelot and Arthur's court, wooden chandeliers and ...

The Fantastic Fanny!

Interview by uncredited writer, Cream, January 1972

THESE days, everyone’s got Fanny on their minds. "What little yummies!" drooled Frendz. "Although the bass and drums are together if a little lightweight, the ...

Fanny: Fanny Hill (Reprise 2058)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, The Rag, 13 March 1972

FANNY HAVE put out a totally consistent album that captures the spirit of 1964-5 rock coupled with the White Album Beatles/middle-period Badfinger instrumental sound. Considering ...

Fanny: Fanny Hill (Reprise 2058)

Review by Metal Mike Saunders, Rolling Stone, 13 April 1972

FANNY HAVE finally made it: their new album is full of the best mainstream rock and roll I've heard so far this year. As well ...

Fanny: Fanny Hill (Reprise)/The Allman Brothers Band: Eat A Peach (Capricorn)

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, Oz, May 1972

FANNY'S previous album. Charity Ball, may not have been the best album of the last eight months, but it was probably the one I played ...

Fanny: Slaughter On Tenth Avenue

Profile and Interview by Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, August 1972

Cryptic Tales Of America’s Fanny ...

The Crossroads Are Where Fanny Are At

Interview by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 24 February 1973

ALL RIGHT. So Fanny can play with due competence, can pull in and please the crowds, make chunky representative albums and they've got over the ...

Fanny: Mother's Pride

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 28 April 1973

BY NOW, most people know that Fanny are one of the best rock bands currently functioning. Their albums, particularly Charity Ball (their second, but the ...


Report and Interview by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 2 June 1973


Fanny: Town Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 11 May 1974

NEW YORK: Fanny have gone glitter! Eyeshadow, legs, fancy hair, satins, black tights, the lot. They're now a female New York Dolls, and although the ...

Fanny: Unnnghhh! Grunt, Slurp…

Report and Interview by Jonh Ingham, New Musical Express, 30 November 1974

LETS BE SEXIST for a coupla paragraphs. ...

Fanny: The Year Of The Woman

Interview by Michael Gross, Gallery, 1975

WITH ALL THE noise, convulsions, legal maneuverings, and groundbreaking advances made by feminists in the last few years, women remain the underdog minority in the ...

Fanny: First Time In A Long Time – The Reprise Records

Review by Gillian G. Gaar, MOJO, January 2003

First time on CD for all four studio albums in a set that finally heeds David Bowie's cry: "Revivify Fanny! And I will feel that ...

Fanny: The Untold Story of the original Queens of Noise

Retrospective and Interview by Geoff Barton, Classic Rock, September 2015

They may have been overshadowed by the Runaways, but nobody did it quite like Fanny, the original all-girl rock'n'roll band who blazed a trail through the ...

see also Millington


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