Carlos Santana brought his band back to the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center for a great night of music. The band performed many of the Santana's better known "classics" including Evil Ways/A Love Supreme, Black Magic Woman and Oye como va.
During the 22 song performance, they included several of his later collaborations as well, including a tune he did with Michelle Branch "The Game of Love", another with Everlast, "Put Your Lights On" and yet another in "Smooth", a tune he did in 1999 with Matchbox 20's Rob Thomas.
Other crowd favorites included a great version of The Zombie's "She's Not There" in which he brought out several members of the Doobie Brothers to help him out, The Chambers Brothers "Are you Ready" and "Love, Peace and Happiness" by the Isley Brothers, one of two Isley Brothers tunes they played.
In addition to Santana on guitar, the band included Cindy Blackman Santana on drums, Andy Vargas and Ray Green on vocals, David K. Matthews on keyboards, percussionists Karl Perazzo & Paoli Mejias and Tommy Anthony on guitar/vocals.