SF Rock and Roll history on display at Macy's
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- You can see San Francisco rock and roll history in a new exhibit and even buy a part of it.
The classic photos from some of the Bay Area's best rock photographers showcased in a window at Macy's Union Square. They are for sale to benefit m-s friends, which provides a 24-hour hot line for people who have multiple sclerosis.
"They don't get published that often. What's neat is they are photos that tie San Francisco and music beautifully together," MS Friends founder Amelia Davis said.
The photos are priced from $500 to $3,000 and they're on display for two weeks.
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