Fanny was an all-female rock group, the third of all time to be signed to a major label. Their biggest hit was “Charity Ball,” the title track from their second album from 1971. The band was June Millington on guitar and vocals, her sister Jane Millington on bass and vocals, Nickey Barclay on keyboards and vocals, and Alice de Buhr on drums and vocals. As you’ll see in a minute, these ladies could really kick out the jams. “Blind Alley” was written by Nickey Barclay and appeared on their 1972 album Fanny Hill.