DOLORES, the movie, sheds light on this enigmatic, intensely private woman who is among the most important activists in American history. With unprecedented access to both Dolores and her children, the film reveals the raw, personal stories behind the public figure. It portrays a woman both heroic and flawed, working tirelessly for social change even as her eleven children longed to have her at home. The movie has Carlos Santana as an Executive Producer.Read more at DoloresTheMovie.com
Our Australian geography lesson culminated with the band's concert at the Byron Bay Blues Festival. The actual location was Tyagarah, New South Wales and the venue was approximately fifty miles via the Lord Nelson Highway from our hotel location in Gold Coast, all located on the central eastern coastline of Australia adjacent to the South Pacific Ocean. (A long way from home)
I think it's fair to say that by the time Santana arrived in Adelaide for the Botanic Gardens show, just about everyone in our troupe had gotten over the long trip Down Under and the massive time difference. (Or, at least the yawns in afternoon conversations had pretty much disappeared) The intervening time at Perth coupled with a very successful concert had done wonders. And as added inspiration and incentive for a great outside Adelaide show the band was sharing the evening with the legendary Doobie Brothers Band.
We are pleased to announce the release of Santana IV: Live At The House Of Blues Las Vegas. The energy packed live show is available now in DVD+2CD, Blu-ray+2CD, and Digital Formats. This release captures the long anticipated reunion of the classic late-sixties / early-seventies line-up of Santana -- Carlos Santana (guitar, vocals); Neal Schon (guitar, vocals); Gregg Rolie (hammond B3, lead vocals); Michael Shrieve (drums) & Michael Carabello (congas, percussion, backing vocals), joined by Karl Perazzo (percussion, vocals), Benny Rietveld (bass) David K. Mathews (keyboards), with special guest vocalist Ronald Isley.