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Santana & Counting Crows - July 21, 2024

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santana24SANTANA And COUNTING CROWS 'Oneness' 2024 North American Tour will stop by "Mr. Jones" Beach on Sunday, July 21 - tix: http://SANTANA.jonesbeach.com

This summer, the ’70s and ’90s become one.. From June through September, classic rock icon Carlos Santana will join forces with ’90s alt rockers Counting Crows for their ‘Oneness Tour.’ And if you want to get down to “Smooth” and “Mr. Jones” in the same night, you can grab tickets as soon as today: http://COUNTINGCROWS.jonesbeach.com

Grammy-winning Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame guitarist Carlos Santana alongside Grammy- and Academy Award-nominated rock band COUNTING CROWS have announced they will hit the road together for the "Oneness" tour this summer. Carlos's eponymously named band will perform high-energy, passion-filled songs from its fifty-year career, including fan favorites from Woodstock to "Supernatural", which celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer and will be highlighted all tour. Following three successful tours across the world, the COUNTING CROWS return to the road with SANTANA and promises fans an unforgettable show filled with their timeless hits, including music off their most recent project "Butter Miracle, Suite One".

In addition to the tour, Santana, 75, will continue his ongoing residency at Las Vegas’ House of Blues. As of now, he has 24 gigs lined up in Sin City from May through November this year.

Last year, the 76-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee made noteworthy remarks at a concert... While onstage, he stated that there are only two genders, saying “a woman is a woman and a man is a man — that’s it.” which is biological fact. He added “Whatever you wanna do in the closet, that’s your business. I’m OK with that.” Although most people agree with him, According to Billboard, Santana later apologized for his “insensitive comments,” saying that “I realize that what I said hurt some people and that was not my intent.”

Santana received nine Grammy Awards for 1999’s “Supernatural” including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for “Smooth.”
 


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