American guitarist Carlos Santana, 74, collapsed on stage during a concert outside Detroit last night Norwegian time, and had to seek medical help, a number of media outlets reported, including diverse.
According to Variety, he was about 74 years old. 20 minutes into the set when he sat on his drum stand during “Joy” – his latest single – and then fell backwards.
Health workers stormed the scene, and the audience was asked to “pray for him due to a ‘serious medical condition’,” Fox2 journalist Roop Raj wrote. Facebook.
However, Santana quickly recovered, waving to the audience as he rolled off the stage on a stretcher, partially concealed by a curtain.
A press release from the artist’s PR agency stated that the breakdown was caused by heat stroke and dehydration.
Carlos was taken to the emergency room by [sykehuset] Manager Michael Freunis says in the letter that McLaren Clarkston is in control and doing a good job.
The 74-year-old, who will complete 75 this month, has been on an extended tour of North America since March. Today’s concert in Burgstown, Pennsylvania, has been postponed.
Last year, he underwent heart surgery in no time, but quickly returned to his regular Las Vegas show.
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