Santana & The Doobie Brothers Los Angeles CA Tickets
For all the rock music lovers out there, be ready to have a great time as the rock superstar Santana is all set for his “Supernatural Now Tour”. The trek is in celebration of the 20th anniversary of his 1999 hit album “Supernatural”. The tour also marks the 50th anniversary of Santana’s famous performance at the Woodstock. It is expected to be a blast as The Doobie Brothers will also be joining Santana as the opening act. They will be performing at the Hollywood Bowl in June 2019. Buy your Santana & the Doobie Brothers Los Angeles CA tickets at the earliest as it is the most sought after trek.
Santana - An Illustrious Music Career
Santana came on the music scene with the release of his eponymous album in 1969 to excellent reviews. It built a strong foundation of a successful music career for the hit maker and there was no looking back. He has released many blockbuster albums that were silver certified and ranked high on the charts. Some of his popular albums include “Supernatural”, “The Power of Peace”, “Caravanserai”, Moonflower” and “Abraxas”.
He has a huge fan-base and a long list of achievements. Santana is honored with an induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is also a recipient of ten Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards.
The Doobie Brothers
The Doobie Brothers came up with their self-titled debut album in 1971 that led to a cult following. They are one of the best-selling rock bands in music history with most of their albums earning a gold certification.
Adding to their popularity, the rock group won two Grammy Awards in 1980 and was honored with an induction in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004.
They have recorded many hit songs with vocals in perfect harmony. The Doobie Brothers will entertain the fans with performance on some of their hit numbers including “Take Me In Your Arms”, “Echoes of Love”, “China Grove” and “Black Water”. Reach out for your Santana & the Doobie Brothers Los Angeles CA tickets fast as the fans are pumped up to make sure there isn’t any vacant spot left.