Fanny toured the world, opening for Leon Russell, Van Morrison, Chuck Berry, Chicago, Jethro Tull and Humble Pie and was the session band on Barbra Joan Streisand, the singer's 1971 album. "We were blazing a trail and it was definitely a challenge," says Jean Millington.
Shortly after the group vanished from the music scene and became a largely forgotten part of rock and roll history. Said fan David Bowie in Rolling Stone magazine; "One of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace. And that is Fanny... They're as important as anybody else who's ever been, ever; it just wasn't their time. Revivify Fanny. And I will feel that my work is done."