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Santana On The Move

10:01 AM Friday 5/6/11 | |

Carlos Santana discloses U.S. tour dates, including a few shows where the guitar maestro and his band co-headline with comedian George Lopez.

  • Carlos Santana

    38th Annual American Music Awards, Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, Los Angeles, Calif.
    November 21, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Supporting Santana’s latest album, Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics Of All Time, the North American “Sound Of Collective Consciousness Tour” begins near Seattle in Washburn, Wash., at the White River Amphitheatre Aug. 25. Other stops include Calgary at Scotiabank Saddledome Aug. 29; El Paso at Don Haskins Center Sept. 16 and Phoenix at the Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion Sept. 18.

Look for special guest Michael Franti & Spearhead appearing on all dates though Sept. 23 in Nevada’s Reno Events Center.

The co-headline romp with Lopez, dubbed “Divine Rascals,” serves up laughs with excellent musicianship beginning with two nights in Morrison, Colo., near Denver at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre Sept. 3-4. Other locations are Concord, Calif., at the Sleep Train Pavilion Sept. 25 and Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl Oct. 1.

“I’m delighted to be going on the road with George Lopez,” Santana said. “Besides giving me the chance to perform alongside a dear friend, these shows take me back to the grand old Bill Graham days, when different kinds of entertainment were featured on the same bill. Divine Rascals will be a joyous experience.”

Tickets for the Sound Of Consciousness and Divine Rascals tours go on sale May 13. For more information, visit Santana.com.


Comments

  1. Jensen Lee wrote:

    03:35 AM, May 08, 2011

    Pairing George and Carlos is a great idea. It's wonderful that Carlos stills performs the classics, though each performance offers a new take on them.

    Though a signature song of Santana, “Black Magic Woman” was originally a bluesy UK hit by Fleetwood Mac, written by guitarist Peter Green. Carlos Santana made it “completely new, totally familiar” by adding Latin rhythms and Gabor Szabo’s “Gypsy Queen.” My Rockaeology blog at http://bit.ly/lP6Trd tells how Peter Green transformed an Otis Rush song into what would become a rock classic.



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