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The Great American Music Hall


The historic building at 859 O'Farrell Street was first opened in 1907 from the ashes of the great earthquake of 1906. Over the past century it has held a variety of uses including restaurants, a dance hall, a jazz club, a Moose Lodge, and even a brothell.

Since 1972 however, it is well known in San Francisco as the Great American Music Hall. The past three decades at the Great American have been full of music, with artists ranging from Duke Ellington, Sarah Vaughan and Count Basie to Van Morrison, the Grateful Dead and Bobby McFerrin.

The Free Clinic Cooperative is honored to hold the Rock & Recovery, 40th anniversary of the Summer of Love celebration, in this historic building.

The Great American Music Hall

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