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Santana 2007 performances

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Santana 2007 performances
Tour by Santana
Start dateJanuary 6, 2007 (2007-01-06)
End dateDecember 21, 2007 (2007-12-21)
Legs2
No. of shows6 in North America
2 in Europe
8 in total
Santana concert chronology
  • All That I Am Tour
    (2005–06)
  • Santana 2007 performances
    (2007)
  • Live Your Light Tour
    (2008)

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Santana did eight performances during 2007, including their first shows in Russia since 1987.

Tour band[edit]

  • Andy Vargas – lead vocals
  • Tony Lindsay – lead vocals (beginning September 4)
  • Carlos Santana – lead guitar, percussion, vocals
  • Tommy Anthony – rhythm guitar
  • Benny Rietveld – bass guitar
  • Chester D. Thompson – keyboards, vocals
  • William Ortiz – trumpet
  • Jeff Cresman – trombone
  • Raul Rekow – percussion
  • Bobby Allende – percussion, vocals
  • Karl Perazzo – percussion, vocals
  • Dennis Chambers – drums

Set lists[edit]

Only shows with available set lists are featured in this section.

Stars to the Rescue show[edit]

The band did a show for Stars to the Rescue, a fundraiser for Tony La Russa's Animal Rescue Foundation in Walnut Creek, California. This concert took place on January 6 at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek. The set list of this performance was as follows:

  1. "Sun Ra"
  2. "Jin-go-lo-ba" (Babatunde Olatunji)
  3. "Corazón Espinado" (Fher Olvera)
  4. "Incident at Neshabur" (Alberto Gianquinto, Carlos Santana)
  5. "Chill Out (Things Gonna Change)" (John Lee Hooker, Santana, Chester D. Thompson)
  6. "Venus/Upper Egypt" (Pharoah Sanders)
  7. "Maria Maria" (Santana, Karl Perazzo, Raul Rekow, Wyclef Jean, Jerry Duplessis)
  8. "Oye Como Va" (Tito Puente)
  9. "Smooth" (Itaal Shur, Rob Thomas)
  10. "Soul Sacrifice" (Santana, Gregg Rolie, David Brown, Marcus Malone)
  11. "Squib Cakes" (Thompson)
  12. "Into the Night" (Chad Kroeger)

Fashion Rocks 2007 appearance[edit]

On September 6, the group played a three–song set at the Fashion Rocks 2007 event at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.[1][2] The songs performed were as follows:

  1. "Into the Night" (Kroeger)
  2. "Black Magic Woman" (Peter Green)
  3. "Gypsy Queen" (Gábor Szabó)

Nissan Live Sets Stage concert[edit]

The band did a concert on September 11 at the Nissan Live Sets Stage, a venue located within the 20th Century Fox back lot in Los Angeles.[3] The set list was as follows:

  1. "Interplanetary Party" (Santana)
  2. "Black Magic Woman" (Green)
  3. "Gypsy Queen" (Szabó)
  4. "Oye Como Va" (Tito Puente)
  5. "Jin-go-lo-ba" (Olatunji)
  6. "Historia"
  7. "In a Silent Way" (Joe Zawinul)
  8. "Dear Lord" (John Coltrane)
  9. "Maria Maria" (Santana, Perazzo, Rekow, Jean, Duplessis)
  10. "Smooth" (Shur, Thomas)
  11. "Dame Tu Amor" (Abraham Quintanilla, Ricky Vela, Richard Brooks)
  12. "Into the Night" (Kroeger)

Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children performance[edit]

The band did a very short set on October 6 at the Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The song performed at the concert was:

  1. "Smooth" (Shur, Thomas)

Russian gigs[edit]

The band played two shows in Russia on December 20 and 21 at the State Kremlin Palace in Moscow, their first shows in Russia since 1987. The set list of the show on the 21st was as follows:[4]

  1. "Jin-go-lo-ba" (Olatunji)
  2. "Love of My Life" (Santana, Dave Matthews)
  3. "Put Your Lights On" (Erik Schrody)
  4. "Africa Bamba" (Santana, Touré Kunda, Perazzo)
  5. "Concierto de Aranjuez" (Joaquín Rodrigo)
  6. "Maria Maria" (Santana, Perazzo, Rekow, Jean, Duplessis)
  7. "Foo Foo" (Yvon André, Roger Eugène, Yves Joseph, Hermann Nau, Claude Jean)
  8. "Samba Pa Ti" (Santana)
  9. "Batuka" (José Areas, Brown, Michael Carabello, Rolie, Michael Shrieve)
  10. "No One to Depend On" (Carabello, Rolie, Coke Escovedo)
  11. "Corazón Espinado" (Fher Olvera)
  12. "Incident at Neshabur" (Alberto Gianquinto, Carlos Santana)
  13. "After the Dance" (Marvin Gaye, Leon Ware)
  14. "Interplanetary Party" (Santana)
  15. "Black Magic Woman" (Green)
  16. "Gypsy Queen" (Szabó)
  17. "Oye Como Va" (Puente)
  18. "Apache" (Jerry Lordan)
  19. "Smooth" (Shur, Thomas)
  20. "Dame Tu Amor" (Quintanilla, Vela, Brooks)
Encore
  1. "Soul Sacrifice" (Santana, Rolie, Brown, Malone)
  2. "Into the Night" (Kroeger)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America[5]
January 6, 2007[lower-alpha 1] Walnut Creek United States Lesher Center for the Arts
September 4, 2007 New York City Highline Ballroom
September 6, 2007[lower-alpha 2] Radio City Music Hall
September 11, 2007 Los Angeles Nissan Live Sets Stage
September 18, 2007[lower-alpha 3] New York City Radio City Music Hall
October 6, 2007[lower-alpha 4] Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
Europe[5]
December 20, 2007 Moscow Russia State Kremlin Palace
December 21, 2007

Notes[edit]

  1. The concert on January 6, 2007 was apart of Stars to the Rescue.
  2. The concert on September 6, 2007 was apart of Fashion Rocks 2007.
  3. The concert on September 18, 2007 was apart of The Dream Concert.
  4. The concert on September 18, 2007 was apart of the Andre Agassi Grand Slam for Children.

References[edit]

  1. Gamboa, Glenn (September 7, 2007). "'Fashion Rocks' not such a good fit". Baltimore Sun.
  2. Khan, Ayesha (August 24, 2007). "The Man Who Makes Fashion Rock: Richard Beckman". Haute Living. Retrieved October 26, 2019.
  3. Greenberg, Karl (July 24, 2007). "Nissan Tunes Up For Yahoo Music Launch". MediaPost. Retrieved October 26, 2019.
  4. "Santana Concert Setlist at Kremlin Palace, Moscow on December 21, 2007 | setlist.fm". Setlist.fm. Retrieved October 27, 2019.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Santanamigos. 2007". Santanamigos.pagesperso-orange.fr. Site contains tour schedule.

External links[edit]


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