Carlos Santana cancels December shows after heart procedure

Carlos Santana has successfully undergone heart surgery and canceled several Las Vegas Offers Planned for December.

in a video message Released Wednesday, Santana said he asked his wife to take him to hospital on Saturday with a chest problem.

“I’m going to take a little while to make sure I’m rejuvenating and resting,” Santana said.

Carlos Santana performs at the BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival on May 26, 2019, in Napa, California.  The musician underwent successful heart surgery and canceled several Las Vegas shows planned for December.

Carlos Santana performs at the BottleRock Napa Valley Music Festival on May 26, 2019, in Napa, California. The musician underwent successful heart surgery and canceled several Las Vegas shows planned for December.
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Michael Freones, president of Universal Tone Management, said the 74-year-old guitarist had undergone an “unscheduled heart operation”, but did not elaborate.

Cardiac procedures and his recovery prompted the 10 Grammy Awards winner to cancel his concerts at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino until the end of the year. His administration said he is set to resume bids in January.

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Carlos Santana performs on stage during pre-Grammy and Grammys tribute to industry icons in honor of Sean "Didi" Combs on January 25, 2020, in Beverly Hills, California.

Carlos Santana performs on stage during a pre-grammy and Grammy tribute to industry icons in honor of Sean “Diddy” Combs on January 25, 2020, in Beverly Hills, California.
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“Carlos’ performance is fantastic and he is looking forward to returning to the stage soon,” Freones said in a statement. “He deeply regrets that this ‘quick bump’ necessitated the cancellation of his upcoming shows.”

Earlier this year, Santana released the album “Blessings and Miracles,” which includes collaborations with Rob Thomas, Chris Stapleton, and more.

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