Carlos Santana has canceled his residency in Las Vegas following a health hazard. The guitarist was scheduled to perform on eight dates at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay this month, beginning Wednesday.
Santana said in one Youtube message Wednesday afternoon he had experienced chest discomfort on Saturday and asked his wife and bandmate Cindy Blackman Santana to take him to the hospital.
“Just wanted to share with you some clarity with specificity, what happened to my bodiliness,” Santana said in the video. “There have been rumors flying around here and there about this and that. So I’m here to just crystallize and make it clear. Last Saturday I had an incident where I asked my wife Cindy to take me to the hospital because I had this thing happening in my chest.
“So when we went there, we found out I had to take care of it,” he added. “So that’s me, and therefore I want to take some time to make sure I fill up and that I rest and catch up on my health, so when I play for you, I will play the way I’m used to. to and give you 150 percent.I would not show up unless I can do it.So other than that, I hope you and your family enjoy good health, peace of mind and joy.I know I will. Thank you for being a fan, and your unity and your care. Peace. “
Michael Vrionis, the chairman for Santana‘s management company Universal Tone Management, said in a statement that the legendary guitarist “had an unplanned heart procedure that affected his performance in Las Vegas”, adding that he “is doing great and is eager to be back on stage soon. He deeply regrets, that this ‘speed bump’ necessitated the cancellation of his forthcoming performances. He looks forward to seeing you all very soon. “
Santana expected to return to the stage on January 26, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Carlos is currently promoting his latest album, “Blessings and Miracles”, which was published via BMG Oct. 15. The album’s first single, “Move”, so that the music legend and guitar icon merge MATCH BOX 20 singer Rob Thomas.
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