This article provides a great extensive list of the many all-female bands that were formed in the '60s.
They were the first all-female rock band signed to a major record label.
Goldie & the Gingerbreads was an all-female American rock band from 1962 to 1967 consisting of 3 musicians and a singer.
Genya Ravan's (lead singer of Goldie and the Gingerbreads) official website.
Suzi Quatro (right) went on to have a successful solo career.
Their 1965 single is considered a garage rock classic.
The Pleasure Seekers was a 1960s-era, all-female garage rock band from Detroit, Michigan. The band morphed into Cradle, changing direction musically.
The Quatro sisters' official website
Char Vinnedge (second from right) was the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter of the band.
This is their 1999 release that includes their 1960s singles, demos, and live tracks.
The Luv'd Ones were an American, all-female rock group, of the 1960s. Char Vinnedge's career as lead guitarist / singer began in the early 1960s with her all-girl group the Tremolons.
The Wikipedia entry for garage rock defines it as a ‘raw form of rock and roll that was first popular in the United States and Canada from about 1963 to about 1967’. Nevertheless, garage rock was not a recognised genre in the 1960s, and the term only came into being in the 1970s.
The Ace of Cups were yet another notable all-female band of the late '60s.
A video of them performing the song "Simplicity."
The Ace of Cups was an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1967. It has been described as one of the first all-female rock bands.
The Ace of Cups was the original all-girl band of the San Francisco Rock scene of the late sixties. They have a new CD for sale on their website www.theaceofcups.com.
Fanny was the third all-female rock band to sign with a major label (after Goldie and the Gingerbreads and The Pleasure Seekers).
Although their first album was released in 1970, the band was formed in the 1960s.
Site produced by original band members, with history, news, discography, photographs, and music sales.
Fanny was an American all-female band, active in the early 1970s. They were one of the first notable rock groups to be made up entirely of women.