Concert attendees got a shock when they saw Carlos Santana act in Michigan on Tuesday night. During a show at the Pine Knob Music Theater in Clarkston, Michigan on July 5, Santana imploded between tunes. Clinical staff made that big appearance to help the famous guitarist, however before long, a setting representative reported to the group that the show was finished, due to a “serious health related crisis.”
Presently, Santana and his group have shared updates of their own about the performer’s status. Peruse on to figure out what occurred and how Santana is doing now.
As per the San Francisco Chronicle, Santana was presenting his tune “Delight” when he imploded in front of an audience at the amphitheater 40 miles beyond Detroit. Clinical staff were dispatched to help the 74-year-old while a covering was held up to hinder the stage, as revealed by CNN. Santana left the stage after around 20 minutes. A fan named Alisa Zee told CNN that Santana was cognizant and waved at the group as he was moved off stage. The rest of the show was dropped.
“He had quite recently begun a tune that was about delight and love,” Zee told CNN. “He called for recuperating for the world. It was during that tune that he fell.”
A scene representative requested supplications.