Carlos Santana came to the U.S. as a teenager and decades later is regarded as one of rock’s greatest guitarists. Jeffrey Brown sat down with Santana to discuss the "screaming charisma" that first inspired him to play guitar, his career as a Latino musician and being honored for lifetime achievement at the Kennedy Center. Continue reading
Carlos Santana remembers Nelson Mandela during an interview with chief arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown at the Smithsonian Museum for African Art.
With @JeffreyBrown @NewsHour for interview with icon Carlos Santana pic.twitter.com/3fzChrhKLv — Mike Fritz (@mikewfritz) December 6, 2013