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One of the most successful rock acts of all time, Santana have been delighting fans for 50 years now. With 90 million albums sold around the world and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction in 1998, this band have made a major impression on the world of music, and are cited as an influence for hundreds of other acts, including the late great multi-instrumentalist Prince. Over the years, the style has changed a bit, but that trademark blues and Latin fusion still remains, along with Carlos’ smooth and virtuoso guitar playing style. Santana shot to fame in 1969, following their appearance at the Woodstock Festival of that year. At that point, they hadn’t even released an album, but their eponymous debut was out that same month, earning them a respectable number four position in the US Billboard charts as well as worldwide recognition. Their second Album Abraxas was where everything started to come together, however. Containing two of the group’s most famous songs: their cover of Peter Green’s Black Magic Woman, and Oye Como Va. The strength of those singles helped the album to number one in two countries and to earn the band a 5X Platinum award in America. The band continued their popularity throughout the seventies, but that success started to cool through the eighties. That prompted a seven-year hiatus for the band after 1992’s Milagro. The result of that recuperation was the band’s most successful album to date, Supernatural. 15 times platinum in the US and number one in ten countries, this was a fine return to form for the band and featured guest appearances from a number of contemporary artists, including Rob Thomas and Wyclef Jean. In 2013, the band reformed their classic seventies line-up, and their latest album, Santana IV features Carlos Santana performing with Rolie, Schon, Carabello and Shrieve for the first time in 45 years.