Santana were doubly blessed with coming out of the fertile San Francisco scene of the late '60s as well as playing a career-defining set at Woodstock. The band, led by guitarist Carlos Santana, injected Latin grooves into its jam-heavy rock, making it a popular radio and concert act throughout the '70s. After a dry spell in the '80s, Santana collaborated with some younger stars on 1999's 'Supernatural' album, which not only yielded them their first No. 1 hit in "Smooth," it also helped them clean up at the following year's Grammy Awards. Original members Gregg Rolie and Neal Schon went on to form Journey; Carlos Santana continues to release albums under his band's name.
Carlos Santana's 'Stunning' Home Is for Sale for $3 Million
Guitarist is selling the home for $300,000 more than he purchased it for last year.
20 Years Ago: Santana Hit No. 1 With 'Maria Maria’
Song continued the 'Supernatural' hot streak that began with "Smooth."
Santana Announce 'Miraculous Supernatural 2020' Tour
Earth, Wind & Fire will open all dates on summer run.
Carlos Santana Won't Forget First ‘Black Magic Woman’ Performance
Guitarist believes that’s the reason the song has “same results” as it did in 1970.
Santana and the Doobie Brothers Kick Off 'Supernatural Now' Tour
A pair of Bay Area classic rockers began their tour in Phoenix.
Carlos Santana Buys Hawaiian 'Heavenly Hideaway' for $2.7 Million
Carlos Santana has bought a home atop a hill on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
Santana and Ringo Starr to Play Woodstock Original Site for 50th
First acts confirmed for Bethel Woods Music and Culture Festival.
Santana Announce 'Supernatural Now' Tour With the Doobie Brothers
Summer run will commemorate 50th anniversary of Woodstock and 20th anniversary of 'Supernatural' LP.