United States California San Francisco

2400 Fulton St

An iconic Victorian house in San Francisco, famous for being the former headquarters of the rock band Jefferson Airplane in the 1960s.
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This house was the former residency of members of the iconic rock band, Jefferson Airplane. The house was used as a communal living space and creative hub for the band members and their friends, and was a gathering place for artists, musicians, and political activists of the time. Jefferson Airplane named one of their albums after the 2400 Fulton Street house. The album, "Volunteers," was released in 1969 and its cover features a photograph of the band members standing in front of the house. The album was a reflection of the counterculture movement and political activism of the time and became one of the band's most well-known and influential works.

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