The year was 1969. Richard Nixon was in the White House. Neil Armstrong was on the Moon. And revolution was in the air. In that backdrop, 500,000 young people gathered on a mid-August weekend in upstate New York for the promise of three days of peace and music. What they experienced at the Woodstock Music and Art Fair was something far greater.
Label it what you will, Salvador Santana is a creator. Handed a generational gift for creating music, he now steps out as a father and as a producer, musician, and artist of his own right. His new single, Panic Mode is another collaboration unique to the Santana name but in his own direction, it may not sound what you’d expect a Santana song to sound like. Salvador had a few minutes to chat with June Reedy of Grateful Web to discuss the new single Panic Mode and the collaboration with UK house DJ Felix.
Rod Stewart and Santana will hit the road this summer in a joint concert tour. Fans can expect to hear classic tunes from both artists, as well as songs from Santana's March 2014 release, CORAZON, his first Latin music album. The tour kicks off on Friday Mary 23rd in Albany, New York and visits eighteen cities in the USA and Canada, culminating in Wantaugh, New York on August 20th.