Touring San Francisco's PREMIER VENUES

Benzuly, Sarah
November 2004
Mix;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p108
Presents behind-the-scenes of the hottest concert venues and theaters in San Francisco, California. Historical background; Seating capacity; Artists who have performed in the venues; Sound engineering equipment and technology; Front-of-house engineer; Outboard gear; Bimbo's 365 Club; Bottom of the Hill; Ruby Skye; DNA Lounge; Great American Music Hall.


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