Carlos Santana collapsed on stage during a concert in Michigan on Tuesday, July 5.
The Grammy-winning guitarist and longtime Bay Area resident was about an hour into his performance at the Pine Knob Music Theatre, an outdoor amphitheater outside of Detroit, when he suffered a medical emergency, according to multiple reports.
Medical staff rushed to the stage and covered the 74-year-old guitarist with a tarp before wheeling him off after about 20 minutes of rendering first aid.
The show is canceled.
“Ladies and gentlemen as you can we see have a severe medical emergency,” the venue staff announced to the audience.
“Let’s share our prayers … We need it right now … Please send your light and love to this man.”