The Band Fanny practicing in 1969.

Fanny bassist Jean Millington, Fanny keyboardist Nickey Barclay, Fanny singer/drummer Brie Darling, Fanny lead guitarist June Millington, Richard Perry (Warner/Reprise record producer), as the band practices in the basement of their famed band home, “Fanny Hill,” in the Hollywood Hills, after being signed by Warner/Reprise for their first album in 1969.

Credit: Courtesy of Linda Wolf

Next week, we’ll hear the story of the battle of Fallujah, told by the people who lived through it and much more. Take a look at what’s coming up!

Reel South: Justice is a Beginning - Monday, May 22 at 10 PM

Reel South presents two stories from the South's penitentiary systems: In Louisiana, a devastating investigation into youth suicide and systemic neglect (8 Days at Ware), and in Alabama, a man's rehabilitation is holistic and starts with his marriage (Love Without Parole).

Fanny: The Right to Rock - Monday, May 22 at 11 PM

Co-founded by Filipina American and queer teenagers, Fanny is the first all women band to release an album with a major record label (Warner/Reprise, 1970). Revered by David Bowie, meet the most ground breaking rock group you've never heard of... yet.

A man dives into a lake.

FRONTLINE: Once Upon a Time in Fallujah - Tuesday, May 23 at 11 PM

FRONTLINE explores the enduring story of the battle of Fallujah, told by the people who lived through it. Twenty years after the invasion of Iraq, soldiers, journalists and ordinary Iraqis recount one of the defining episodes of the war.