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Carlos Santana is an American musician and guitarist of Mexican origin, who has expanded the rock music by a variation of his Latin rock style.

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Date & Time Location Price
Sunday
Jan 15, 2017
09:01 PM
Rhode Island, Providence
79 Washington St.
$49.00- $450.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 28, 2017
07:01 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$139.00- $520.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 27, 2017
07:01 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$139.00- $520.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 1, 2017
07:02 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$129.00- $520.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 3, 2017
07:02 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$129.00- $520.00 Tickets
Monday
Sep 11, 2017
07:09 PM
California, Anaheim
530 South Disneyland Drive
$91.00- $450.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jul 8, 2017
08:07 PM
Oklahoma, Durant
3735 Choctaw Road;Durant Ok
$140.00- $680.00 Tickets
Friday
May 19, 2017
07:05 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $499.00 Tickets
Sunday
May 21, 2017
07:05 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $499.00 Tickets
Friday
May 26, 2017
07:05 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $499.00 Tickets
Sunday
May 28, 2017
07:05 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $499.00 Tickets
Friday
Sep 15, 2017
07:09 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Sunday
Sep 17, 2017
07:09 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Friday
Sep 22, 2017
07:09 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Sunday
Sep 24, 2017
07:09 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Friday
Nov 3, 2017
07:11 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Sunday
Nov 5, 2017
07:11 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Friday
Nov 10, 2017
07:11 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets
Sunday
Nov 12, 2017
07:11 PM
Nevada, Las Vegas
3950 Las Vegas Blvd
$159.00- $450.00 Tickets

Santana

Carlos Santana, the guru of the singing guitar reef, may be called first in the world of popular world music. More than 40 million sold albums and live performances in front of more than 20 million people, with more than 100 concerts a year, characterize him as a tireless worker who has been sending a message for more than thirty years, driven by immense spiritual energy: We are all one. “Everybody gets wet when it rains, from the prostitute to the pope.” My music strives to communicate that message of unity. “

The success story of this animated nature began on 20 June 1947 in Autlan de Navarro, Jalisco. Carlos gets laid by his father, an oldschool-mariachigeiger musical talent with cradles and five years later instruction on the fiddle as well as a first introduction to the musical theory. In 1955 the family moved to the then booming border town of Tijuana, where the sound of B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, and T-Bone Walker. The 8 year old practiced and practiced, not only improving his technical skills, but also constantly trying to blend the blues with the music of Tito Puente, Ray Baretto and Mongo Santamaria.

This is followed by the move to American San Francisco and in 1966 the guitarist has the first gig with his own, the Santana Blues band. The combo is very successful from the start. They reach many people because they are constantly present and offer their audience a sensational, new and technically brilliant symbiosis of rock’n’roll techniques and Afro-Cuban rhythms. In 1968, they played a furious performance at the then well-known “Fillmore West” club, from where they are supported by a wave of enthusiasm for their historic performance at the 1969 Woodstock Festival.

Even at the height of fame, Santana never neglects his social commitment – for example, he plays for the earthquake victims of Nicaragua in Managua in 1973, and in Live Aid 1985, for Amnesty International 1986, the first joint American-Soviet concert, the Rock’n’Roll Summit 1987 as well as within the “Blues for Salvador” 1988.

In 1992, he and his wife Deborah joined the religious community of reborn Christians and founded the Milagro Foundation. This foundation aims to make the miracle (Milagro) come true, to break the cycle of poverty, hopelessness and violence. That is why she is employed by the homeless and young people in Mexico and the Spanish-Mexican minority in the USA to provide them with education and training. Carlos Santana believes that the key to further development is to meet life with the dignity of a professional waiter who comes to the table with fresh flowers and asks: “How can I serve you?”

This will to develop can also be seen in his musical work. After the endless jam-work of the 70s, the pop-trips of the 80s (soundtrack to the film “La Bamba” 1986), we encountered in the 90s a great master whose music would curtail his universal understanding of existence.

Through the long years of his musical activity with the consumers a little forgotten, Santana celebrates around the turn of the millennium a fulminant comeback. His albums “Supernatural” and “Shaman” conquer the international charts with the good old Latin rock idea. A single “Smooth” after the other (“Maria Maria”, “The Game Of Love”) catapults him again into the consciousness and the hearts of the fans. Its honest and authentic charisma is convincing even after more than 30 years of stage activity and carries the convincing power to really touch people.

The next album of the Mexican is long in coming and is only added three years later. New concert dates will be given in May 2006. In the same year the DVD “Various Artists – Blues At Montreux” will perform together with blues legends Bobby Parker, Buddy Guy and Clarence Gatemouth Brown on Santana. In November 2006 Santana can be heard on Shakira’s track “Illegal”, the third release of her album “Oral Fixation Vol.2”.

From 2007, the Samba Spectacle at the Mandalay Hotel in Las Vegas can be admired. Santana’s “Shapeshifter” moves away from the “Supernatural” increasing feature overkill, only to return to the now overstretched concept with “Corazón”. Although the lise of the guest queues standing in front of the studio becomes longer album by album, the artistic quality is increasingly suffering. Carlos Santana is increasingly like a guest on his own longplayers.

This is to change however according to “Corazón”. In fact, the classic line-up of the band thinks about a new album. It remains to be seen whether this train will also contribute to new heights. Otherwise, everything remains the same, and the Santan verses continue to apply: Carlos is the Croesus, the guitar is his scepter. May the power be with him.