Exclusive Trailer of Carlos Santana: De Corazon Documentary
Narrated by Morgan Freeman, B.B. King: The Life of Riley is the untold true American story of an orphan boy from the heart of the Mississippi Delta who rose to music stardom around the world and inspired a generation of fans against all odds. The documentary includes never-before-seen interviews with rock legends including U2’s Bono, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Ringo Starr and many others. Experience the inspirational journey of survival for the very first time with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and 15-time GRAMMY winning artist Riley ‘BB’ King.
Story of rock n' roll legend Ritchie Valens and his rise to stardom in the 1950's. Great soundtrack and an affectionate treatment of Valens!
Ginger Baker is known for playing in Cream and Blind Faith, but the world’s greatest drummer didn’t hit his stride until 1972, when he arrived in Nigeria and discovered Fela Kuti’s Afrobeat. After leaving Nigeria, Ginger returned to his pattern of drug-induced self-destruction, eventually settling in South Africa, where the 73-year-old lives with his young bride and 39 polo ponies. This documentary includes interviews with Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Carlos Santana and more. With every smash of the drum is a man smashing through life, and smashing the filmmaker's nose on the last day of filming.
Carlos Santana comments on his strong performance against the Royals.
Always Wanted To Rock Out As Carlos Santana? Well now you can!
Carlos Santana comes up a triple shy of the cycle in the Indians' 8-2 win in Minnesota.
When a piano frees up on Times Square, this young man grabs the stool. Unaware of what to expect, the crowd are bowled over by his talent. With quick, nimble finger-work to rival the best, this guy performs a medley taking in Richie Valens, Carlos Santana and Whitney Houston, marking his rightful place at the Crossroads of the World in New York City. Credit: YouTube/Lenny Faverey
Charlie Sheen rant / Carlos Santana Winning mash-up
Shortly after Carlos Santana announced that he would be playing at the House of Blues in Las Vegas for two years, the acclaimed guitarist revealed to ET how he achieves peace of mind without seeking external resources. 'The way I live, it would put a lot of therapists, analysts, psychiatrists, and drug dealers out of business because I don't need them' the Mexican native said. 'What I need I can give myself. It's called 'peace of mind.''
The 'Piano Man' who became one of the world's best-selling artists of all time with such hits as 'Just the Way You Are,' ''Uptown Girl' and 'Allentown' was awarded the nation's highest honor Sunday for influencing American culture through the arts.
U.S. President Barack Obama hosted the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony for Billy Joel, Shirley MacLaine, Carlos Santana and more in Washington, D.C. The U.S. capital's prestigious awards ceremony honors stars of the stage, screen and concert hall in its annual celebration of the arts.
U.S. President Barack Obama hosted the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony for Billy Joel, Shirley MacLaine, Carlos Santana and more in Washington, D.C. The U.S. capital's prestigious awards ceremony honors stars of the stage, screen and concert hall in its annual celebration of the arts. During a performance of Joel's song 'Goodnight Saigon,' a group of Vietnam veterans came on stage to sing along as Garth Brooks crooned the words 'And we would all go down together.'
Watch video about when the band played woodstock.
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