Jim Hopkins

founder of the S.F. Disco Preservation Society

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The SF Disco Preservation Society touts more than 2,000 records from when disco was the soundtrack of gay liberation. It’s run by Jim Hopkins, who’s been a DJ since 1981.

SF disco is the sound of gay liberation. Historic reels go digital

The SF Disco Preservation Society touts more than 2,000 records from when disco was the soundtrack of gay liberation. It’s run by Jim Hopkins, who’s been a DJ since 1981.

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