Fans should get ready for a special performance of Santana’s residency show Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through the Hits at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino! For one night only, at the August 25 performance, Santana will be joined by superstar guest vocalists india.arie, Chris Daughtry and Gavin Rossdale * in celebration of the official album launch for Santana’s brand new album, GUITAR HEAVEN…THE GREATEST GUITAR CLASSICS OF ALL <http://www.santana.com/> (in stores September 21).  On GUITAR HEAVEN…India.Arie joins Carlos on the album’s first single “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” Chris Daughtry on “Photograph” and Gavin Rossdale on “Bang A Gong.” Earlier that same day, Clive Davis and Carlos Santana, will host a private, exclusive VIP listening event at Vanity Nightclub to unveil the new album.
Santana and his legendary band continue the successful run of Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through The Hits <http://www.supernaturalsantana.com/> at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino which kicks off August 25 with this special performance and runs through September 5. Additional dates for 2011 performances will be announced soon. Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through The Hits <http://www.supernaturalsantana.com/> is a multi-sensory journey through the band’s career-spanning classics such as “Oye Como Va,” “Black Magic Woman,” “Evil Ways” and “Maria Maria,” and will now include songs from the new album. Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through The Hits <http://www.supernaturalsantana.com/> marks the first and only rock-n-roll resident show in Las Vegas.  The show was exclusively designed for The Joint, which was named “Best New Major Concert Venue” by Pollstar Magazine.

With GUITAR HEAVEN…THE GREATEST GUITAR CLASSICS OF ALL TIME,(in stores September 21st on Arista Records), one of the most successful partnerships in the history of rock takes flight anew, as legendary Rock And Roll Hall of Fame inductees Carlos Santana and Clive Davis, Chief Creative Officer of Sony Music Entertainment, collaborate on this brand new concept album. Produced by Howard Benson, Matt Serletic, Clive Davis and Carlos Santana, GUITAR HEAVEN…features a Who’s Who of guest vocalists to perform on every track.  Singers range from Chris Cornell (on Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”), Pat Monahan (on Van Halen’s “Dance the Night Away”), india.arie and Yo Yo Ma (on The Beatles’ While My Guitar Gently Weeps), Chester Bennington and Ray Manzarek (on The Doors’ “Riders on the Storm”),  Rob Thomas (on Cream’s “Sunshine Of Your Love), Scott Weiland (on the Rolling Stones’ “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’”), Chris Daughtry (on Def Leppard’s “Photograph”), Gavin Rossdale (on T. Rex’s “Bang A Gong”) to rapper Nas and Janelle Monáe (on AC/DC’s “Back In Black”), veteran Joe Cocker (on Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing”), and more.  www.santana.com <http://www.santana.com/>

Santana plays approximately 36 times per year at The Joint, with a show time of 8 p.m. Performances are on select Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (dark Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays). Ticket prices start at only $51 and can be purchased at the Hard Rock Hotel Box Office, all Ticketmaster locations, online at Ticketmaster.com

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