Music knows no race, or gender. It is one of the most powerful forces in the world. It has the ability to inspire and heal. The New England Music Hall of Fame (NEMHOF) www.nemhof.com was founded in 2019. Its mission is to unite, educate, promote and preserve the integrity of New England music and the people who represent it.
On April 8th 2022 at “Music Collectables extravaganza” music pioneer and co-founder of the groundbreaking all female band “Fanny” June Millington will be officially inducted to the 2022 Class of the New England Music Hall of Fame. The band “Fanny” https://fannyrocks.com/about-2/ broke the gender barrier by being the first all-female band signed with a major record label.
Past inductees include Muddy Waters, Grammy Award Winning Paula Cole, Emmy Award Winning composer Brian Keane, Grammy Nominated Joseph Firecrow, and numerous other artists from various genres who contributed to the New England Music scene.
June is a resident of Goshen, Mass and is the co-founder of the Institute for the Music Arts www.ima.org with Ann Hackler where they have a music camp for girls.
This year June and members of Fanny have had success with their award winning documentary “Fanny: The Right to Rock” directed by Bobbi Jo Hart https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14314826/ The film is about the band and fighting such obstacle’s as race, gender, ageism, and sexuality in the music industry.
Representing the New England Music Hall of Fame at the event will be Co-founder Christopher Annino https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0030399/, endorsed drummer Kathy Steahle http://steahle.com/ , and Nikki Moccia of Empowered Fitness in Danvers, Mass.
Music legends Cherie Currie, Vinny Appice, and many more will be at the event. The event will be at The Boxboro Regency Hotel and Conference Center 242 Adams Pl, Boxborough, MA. NEMHOF officially announced June’s nomination https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffs9-63OkGg