The legendary rocker Carlos Santana was spotted in Yellow Springs over Labor Day weekend.
Santana had dinner at The Winds Cafe on Saturday night, the Yellow Springs restaurant posted to its Facebook page.
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But what brought him to Yellow Springs in the first place?
Santana’s wife, and jazz rock drummer, Cindy Blackman was born there!
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You may be familiar with her music, as she served as the drummer in Lenny Kravitz’s band for many years.
Santana actually popped the question while they were onstage together for a tour stop in 2010, after she finished performing a drum solo on his song “Corazon Espinado,” Billboard reported.
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Santana was spotted again on Sunday morning at Ellie’s Restaurant for brunch in the Mills Park Hotel.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame called Carlos Santana “one of rock’s true virtuosos and guiding lights. Since 1966, he has led the group that bears his surname, selling over 30 million albums and performing before 13 million people.”
Santana first rose to fame at the end of the 1960’s with hits like “Evil Ways”, “Jingo” and “Soul Sacrifice” off his band’s self-titled debut album. He could be considered a pioneer of Latin American rock, as he’s brought this genre of music to the top charts over a decades-long music career. Some of his more recent hits include “Game of Love” featuring Michelle Branch and “Smooth” featuring Matchbox Twenty's Rob Thomas.