Carlos Santana passes out on stage in Michigan

Veteran guitarist Carlos Santana passed out onstage during a concert at the Pine Knob Music Theater in Clarkston, Michigan on Tuesday night, according to social media posts and videos, but recovered quickly and was seen waving to fans as he performed walked off the stage.

Tuesday night’s episode took place during Santana’s Miraculous Supernatural 2022 summer tour with Earth, Wind & Fire, which kicked off June 17 and is scheduled to last through the end of August. Just two weeks later, the 74-year-old musician is scheduled to continue his long-term Las Vegas residency at the House of Blues in Las Vegas through the end of September before continuing for two more weeks in November.

Late last year, Santana underwent “emergency” heart surgery that resulted in the cancellation of her month-long stay in Las Vegas.

In addition to touring, Santana is also working with filmmaker Rudy Valdez on an upcoming biographical documentary to be produced by Imagine Documentaries and Sony Music Entertainment.

Born in Mexico, he started playing guitar as a child and later moved to California with his family. He formed the first incarnation of the Santana Blues Band in San Francisco in 1966 and performed at the legendary Monterey Pop Festival the following year. There his set was seen by Clive Davis, who had recently become president of Columbia Records; Under his tutelage and that of top promoter Bill Graham, Santana’s fusion of rock and Latin music became an unlikely chart success in the late 1960s and early 1970s, via singles such as “Evil Ways”, “Black Magic Woman” and “Oye Como Va”. .” However, as the ’70s progressed, Santana became more interested in jazz-influenced musical styles and spiritual endeavours, both of which continue to this day. He enjoyed a stable recording and touring career over the next two decades before reuniting with Davis in 1999, who was overseeing his blockbuster, more pop-oriented album Supernatural, which featured Santana with guest singers Rob Thomas – their single together . Smooth” was one of the biggest hits of the era – along with Eric Clapton, Lauryn Hill, Dave Matthews, Maná and CeeLo Green. Carlos Santana passes out on stage in Michigan

Charles Jones

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