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Toby Keith Covel born July 8, , better known as Toby Keith , is an American country singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer.

Keith released his first four studio albums—'s Toby Keith , 's Boomtown , 's Blue Moon and 's Dream Walkin' , plus a Greatest Hits package for various divisions of Mercury Records before leaving Mercury in These albums all earned Gold or higher certification, and produced several Top Ten singles, including his debut " Should've Been a Cowboy ", which topped the country charts and was the most-played country song of the s. The song has received three million spins since its release, according to Broadcast Music Incorporated.

This song, the title track to his album of the same name , was the number one country song of , and one of several chart-toppers during his tenure on DreamWorks Nashville. His next three albums, Pull My Chain , Unleashed , and Shock'n Y'all , produced three more number ones each, and all of the albums were certified 4x Platinum. A second Greatest Hits package followed in , and after that, he released Honkytonk University.

Keith also made his acting debut in , starring in the film Broken Bridges , and co-starred with comedian Rodney Carrington in the film Beer for My Horses , inspired by his song of the same name. Keith has released 19 studio albums, two Christmas albums, and five compilation albums; a total worldwide sales of over 40 million albums. He has charted 61 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including 20 number one hits and 21 additional top 10 hits.

The family lived in Fort Smith, Arkansas , for a few years when Keith was in grade school, but moved to Moore, Oklahoma a suburb of Oklahoma City , when he was still young. His grandmother owned Billie Garner's Supper Club in Fort Smith, [1] where Keith became interested in the musicians who came there to play. He got his first guitar at the age of eight. Keith graduated from Moore High School and worked as a derrick hand in the oil fields. He worked his way up to become an operation manager.

At times, he would have to leave in the middle of a concert if he was paged to work in the oil field. In , the oil industry in Oklahoma began a rapid decline and Keith soon found himself unemployed. He fell back on his football training and played defensive end with the semi-pro Oklahoma City Drillers while continuing to perform with his band. He then returned to focus once again on music. His family and friends were doubtful he would succeed, but, in , Easy Money various other band members included Mike Barnes, T.

Brauer, and David Saylors began playing the honky tonk circuit in Oklahoma and Texas. In the early s, Keith went to Nashville, Tennessee , where he hung out and busked on Music Row and at a place called Houndogs.

He distributed copies of a demo tape the band had made to the many record companies in the city. There was no interest by any of the record labels, and Keith returned home feeling depressed. He had promised himself and God to have a recording contract by the time he was 30 years old or give up on music as a career. A flight attendant and fan of his gave a copy of Keith's demo tape to Harold Shedd , a Mercury Records executive, while he was traveling on a flight she was working.

Shedd enjoyed what he heard, went to see Keith perform live and then signed him to a recording contract with Mercury. Keith's debut single, " Should've Been a Cowboy ", went to number one [6] on the U. By the end of the decade, "Should've Been a Cowboy" received more than three million spins at radio, thus making it the most-played country song of the s. Keith then signed with Polydor Records Nashville and released his second album, Boomtown , in September Also certified platinum, this album was led off by the number one single " Who's That Man ".

By late, he released his first Christmas album, Christmas to Christmas , via Mercury. Composed entirely of original songs, the song produced one chart entry in "Santa I'm Right Here", which reached as high as number 50 based on Christmas airplay.

That album received a platinum certification and produced three singles. Following it were " A Woman's Touch " at number 6, and " Me Too ", which became his third number one hit in March Following a corporate merger, Keith returned to Mercury in His fourth studio album, Dream Walkin' , was also his first produced by James Stroud , who would also serve as Keith's co-producer until Sting also sang duet vocals and played bass guitar on it, [13] and the two also performed the song at the Country Music Association awards.

The album included twelve of his prior singles and two new songs: Both were released as singles, with "Getcha Some" reaching the Top 20, but "If a Man Answers" became his first single to miss the Top After he recorded two more songs which the label also rejected, he asked to terminate his contract with the label.

The song spent five weeks at number 1 on the country charts, and became his first top 40 pop hit, with a number 31 peak on the Hot It was also his first album to feature songs co-written by Scotty Emerick , who would be a frequent collaborator of Keith's for the next several albums.

Steve Huey wrote that this album "had a rough, brash attitude that helped give Keith a stronger identity as a performer. Following this album was Pull My Chain , released in August In , he released the Unleashed album which included four singles. The song references Keith's father, a United States Army veteran who died that March in a car accident. The last single was " Beer for My Horses ", a duet with Willie Nelson which six weeks at the top of the country charts. At the time, it was also Keith's highest entry on the Hot , at number Emerick's version of the song was his only top 40 country hit, at number Shock'n Y'all , his eighth studio album, was released in November The album's title is a pun on the military term " shock and awe ".

The album was followed in late by Greatest Hits 2 , which included three new songs: Keith's final DreamWorks album was Honkytonk University in early Its first release was his album White Trash with Money , followed by the soundtrack to Broken Bridges. He also abandoned Stroud as co-producer in favor of Cannon's wife, Lari White. The album included three singles: Big Dog Daddy followed in , with Keith serving as sole producer. On May 6, , he released 35 Biggest Hits , a two-disc compilation featuring most of his singles to date, [20] as well as the new song " She's a Hottie ", which peaked at number American Ride , in , produced another number 1 in its title track.

It was followed by the Top 10 hit " Cryin' for Me Wayman's Song ", a tribute to basketball player and jazz bassist Wayman Tisdale , a friend of Keith's who died in May Bullets in the Gun was released on October 5, Keith produced the album with session guitarist Kenny Greenberg and Mills Logan. On October 23, , Clancy's Tavern was released. Following it was " Red Solo Cup ", which had previously been made into a music video which became viral. Upon release as a single, "Red Solo Cup" became Keith's best-peaking crossover, reaching number 15 on the Hot The album's final single was " Beers Ago " at number 6 in Keith's sixteenth album, Hope on the Rocks , was released in late It produced only two singles, both of which are top 20 hits: In mid, he entered the charts with " Drinks After Work ", the first single from his seventeenth album, also titled Drinks After Work.

In , Keith was also inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The album contains twelve songs: The new songs on the album are "Shitty Golfer" and "Wacky Tobaccy". Keith performed on a series of television advertisements for Telecom USA for that company's discount long distance telephone service He would later enter the Gauntlet for the Gold main event, suplexing Jarrett and eliminating him from the match. A short video of the suplex is seen in the clip package when he goes onstage.

He appeared the next week, on June 26, and helped Scott Hall defeat Jarrett in singles action. He holds the distinction of being the only musical artist to have received a five star rating from Stephen Colbert on iTunes. Keith furthered this connection when he appeared in Colbert's Christmas special as a hunter.

Keith also made an appearance as a musical guest on the October 27, episode of the Colbert Report. He played "Bullets in the Gun" and he joined with Huckabee ' s house band to play a song at the end of the show.

In this contemporary story set in small-town Tennessee , Keith plays Bo Price, a washed-up country musician. Keith wrote and starred in the movie Beer for My Horses , which is based on the hit song of the same name recorded by Keith and Willie Nelson. He was also set to star in the film Bloodworth , but later dropped out. Keith does not actually own the new restaurants; the new restaurant is the first in a franchise under Scottsdale, Arizona -based Capri Restaurant Group Enterprises LLC, which purchased the master license agreement to build more Toby Keith restaurants nationwide.

Capri Restaurant Group is owned by Frank Capri, who opened the restaurant in Mesa in the shopping center known as Mesa Riverview and is planning on opening multiple locations across the country. In , Keith also established a line of clothing, TK Steelman.

At first it was only available in Mexico, but now is sold and served in America. It is a featured drink in his restaurant chain, I Love this Bar and Grill. Keith's music career and his various other business ventures have made him one of the wealthiest celebrities in the United States. Keith has written at least one 1 country single over the past 20 years and the partnership between his own label, Show Dog-Universal , and Big Machine Records , which Keith also helped found in Since , Keith has made numerous trips to the Middle East to bring entertainment and encouragement to US men and women serving on or near the front lines.

In , Keith called himself "a conservative Democrat who is sometimes embarrassed for his party". Bush in the presidential election and performed at a Dallas, Texas , rally on the night before the election. He responded with "Never did," and said he favors setting a time limit on the campaign.

He also said, "I don't apologize for being patriotic If there is something socially incorrect about being patriotic and supporting your troops, then they can kiss my ass on that, because I'm not going to budge on that at all. And that has nothing to do with politics. Politics is what's killing America.

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His fourth studio album, Dream Walkin' , was also his first produced by James Stroud , who would also serve as Keith's co-producer until Sting also sang duet vocals and played bass guitar on it, [13] and the two also performed the song at the Country Music Association awards. The album included twelve of his prior singles and two new songs: Both were released as singles, with "Getcha Some" reaching the Top 20, but "If a Man Answers" became his first single to miss the Top After he recorded two more songs which the label also rejected, he asked to terminate his contract with the label.

The song spent five weeks at number 1 on the country charts, and became his first top 40 pop hit, with a number 31 peak on the Hot It was also his first album to feature songs co-written by Scotty Emerick , who would be a frequent collaborator of Keith's for the next several albums.

Steve Huey wrote that this album "had a rough, brash attitude that helped give Keith a stronger identity as a performer. Following this album was Pull My Chain , released in August In , he released the Unleashed album which included four singles.

The song references Keith's father, a United States Army veteran who died that March in a car accident. The last single was " Beer for My Horses ", a duet with Willie Nelson which six weeks at the top of the country charts. At the time, it was also Keith's highest entry on the Hot , at number Emerick's version of the song was his only top 40 country hit, at number Shock'n Y'all , his eighth studio album, was released in November The album's title is a pun on the military term " shock and awe ".

The album was followed in late by Greatest Hits 2 , which included three new songs: Keith's final DreamWorks album was Honkytonk University in early Its first release was his album White Trash with Money , followed by the soundtrack to Broken Bridges. He also abandoned Stroud as co-producer in favor of Cannon's wife, Lari White. The album included three singles: Big Dog Daddy followed in , with Keith serving as sole producer.

On May 6, , he released 35 Biggest Hits , a two-disc compilation featuring most of his singles to date, [20] as well as the new song " She's a Hottie ", which peaked at number American Ride , in , produced another number 1 in its title track. It was followed by the Top 10 hit " Cryin' for Me Wayman's Song ", a tribute to basketball player and jazz bassist Wayman Tisdale , a friend of Keith's who died in May Bullets in the Gun was released on October 5, Keith produced the album with session guitarist Kenny Greenberg and Mills Logan.

On October 23, , Clancy's Tavern was released. Following it was " Red Solo Cup ", which had previously been made into a music video which became viral.

Upon release as a single, "Red Solo Cup" became Keith's best-peaking crossover, reaching number 15 on the Hot The album's final single was " Beers Ago " at number 6 in Keith's sixteenth album, Hope on the Rocks , was released in late It produced only two singles, both of which are top 20 hits: In mid, he entered the charts with " Drinks After Work ", the first single from his seventeenth album, also titled Drinks After Work.

In , Keith was also inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The album contains twelve songs: The new songs on the album are "Shitty Golfer" and "Wacky Tobaccy".

Keith performed on a series of television advertisements for Telecom USA for that company's discount long distance telephone service He would later enter the Gauntlet for the Gold main event, suplexing Jarrett and eliminating him from the match.

A short video of the suplex is seen in the clip package when he goes onstage. He appeared the next week, on June 26, and helped Scott Hall defeat Jarrett in singles action. He holds the distinction of being the only musical artist to have received a five star rating from Stephen Colbert on iTunes.

Keith furthered this connection when he appeared in Colbert's Christmas special as a hunter. Keith also made an appearance as a musical guest on the October 27, episode of the Colbert Report. He played "Bullets in the Gun" and he joined with Huckabee ' s house band to play a song at the end of the show.

In this contemporary story set in small-town Tennessee , Keith plays Bo Price, a washed-up country musician. Keith wrote and starred in the movie Beer for My Horses , which is based on the hit song of the same name recorded by Keith and Willie Nelson.

He was also set to star in the film Bloodworth , but later dropped out. Keith does not actually own the new restaurants; the new restaurant is the first in a franchise under Scottsdale, Arizona -based Capri Restaurant Group Enterprises LLC, which purchased the master license agreement to build more Toby Keith restaurants nationwide.

Capri Restaurant Group is owned by Frank Capri, who opened the restaurant in Mesa in the shopping center known as Mesa Riverview and is planning on opening multiple locations across the country. In , Keith also established a line of clothing, TK Steelman. At first it was only available in Mexico, but now is sold and served in America. It is a featured drink in his restaurant chain, I Love this Bar and Grill. Keith's music career and his various other business ventures have made him one of the wealthiest celebrities in the United States.

Keith has written at least one 1 country single over the past 20 years and the partnership between his own label, Show Dog-Universal , and Big Machine Records , which Keith also helped found in Since , Keith has made numerous trips to the Middle East to bring entertainment and encouragement to US men and women serving on or near the front lines.

In , Keith called himself "a conservative Democrat who is sometimes embarrassed for his party". Bush in the presidential election and performed at a Dallas, Texas , rally on the night before the election. He responded with "Never did," and said he favors setting a time limit on the campaign. He also said, "I don't apologize for being patriotic If there is something socially incorrect about being patriotic and supporting your troops, then they can kiss my ass on that, because I'm not going to budge on that at all.

And that has nothing to do with politics. Politics is what's killing America. In April , Keith said that Barack Obama "looks like a great speaker and a great leader. And I think you can learn on your feet in there, so I don't hold people responsible for not having a whole bunch of political background in the House and Senate. So I'm going independent.

And that's why I'll keep going back and spending time with those good folks every chance I get. In April , he voiced support for Obama on Afghanistan and other decisions: James Jones as a national security adviser. He's sending troops into Afghanistan, help is on the way there. And I'm seeing some really good middle range stuff. I'm giving our commander in chief a chance before I start grabbing. So far, I'm cool with it. Covel, was killed in a car accident. At first, Keith refused to record the song and sang it only live at his concerts for military personnel.

The reaction to the song, the lyrics of which express clear nationalistic and militaristic sentiments, was strong in many quarters, even to the point that the Commandant of the Marine Corps James L. Jones told Keith it was his "duty as an American citizen" to record the song. Bush on stage during a concert in London. The lead singer of the Dixie Chicks, Natalie Maines , publicly stated that Keith's song was "ignorant, and it makes country music sound ignorant".

In an October appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher , Maines finally confessed that it was indeed a shot at Keith, and that she "thought that nobody would get it".

In August , Keith's representation publicly declared he was done feuding with Maines "because he's realized there are far more important things to concentrate on". Keith was referring specifically to the terminal illness of a former bandmate's daughter, Allison Faith Webb.

However, the idea was eventually abandoned due to scheduling conflicts. Keith has an honorary degree from Villanova University , which he attended from to An avid University of Oklahoma sports fan, Keith is often seen at Oklahoma Sooners games and practices. He is also a Free Will Baptist. On March 24, , Keith married Tricia Lucus. He also has two granddaughters born ; mother is Shelley and one grandson. On March 24, incidentally, Keith's 17th wedding anniversary , Keith's father was killed in a car accident on Interstate Keith supports Ally's House, a non-profit organization in Oklahoma designed to aid children with cancer.

Of the charity, Keith said:. This is a special charity to me. Graham assembled an impromptu band of musicians he knew primarily through his connections with Butterfield's band and with the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane , but he had not yet chosen all the guitarists. Santana's manager, Stan Marcum, immediately suggested to Graham that Santana join the impromptu band and Graham agreed.

During the jam session, Santana's guitar playing and solo gained the notice of both the audience and Graham. With their highly original blend of Latin-infused rock, jazz, blues, salsa and African rhythms, the band which quickly adopted their frontman 's name, Santana gained an immediate following on the San Francisco club circuit.

The band's early success, capped off by a memorable performance at Woodstock in , led to him signing a recording contract with Columbia Records , then run by Clive Davis. Santana was signed by CBS Records and went into the studio to record their first album in January They were not satisfied with the subsequent release which consisted of tracks recorded in May and decided changes needed to be made. This resulted in the dismissal of drummer Bob Livingston. Santana replaced him with Mike Shrieve , who had a strong background in both jazz and rock.

Percussionist Marcus Malone was forced to quit the band due to involuntary manslaughter charges, and the band re-enlisted Michael Carabello. Carabello brought with him percussionist Jose Chepito Areas , who was already well known in his native Nicaragua , and, with his skills and professional experience, was a major contributor to the band.

Bill Graham , a Latin Music aficionado, had been a fan of the band from its inception, and arranged for them to appear at the Woodstock Music and Art Festival before their debut album was even released. They were one of the surprises of the festival; their set was legendary and later the exposure of their eleven-minute instrumental " Soul Sacrifice " in the Woodstock film and soundtrack album vastly increased their popularity.

Graham also gave the band some key advice to record the Willie Bobo song " Evil Ways ", as he felt it would get them radio airplay. Their first album, Santana , was released in August and became a huge hit, reaching 4 on the U.

In , the band's performance at the Woodstock festival introduced them to an international audience and garnered critical acclaim, although the band's sudden success put pressure on the group, highlighting the different musical directions in which Rolie and Santana were starting to go. Rolie, along with some of the other band members, wanted to emphasize a basic hard rock sound which had been a key component in establishing the band from the start.

At the same time, Chepito Areas was stricken with a near-fatal brain hemorrhage , and Santana hoped to continue by finding a temporary replacement first Willie Bobo , then Coke Escovedo , while others in the band, especially Michael Carabello, felt it was wrong to perform publicly without Areas. Cliques formed, and the band started to disintegrate. Consolidating the interest generated by their first album, and their highly acclaimed live performance at the Woodstock Festival in August , the band followed up with their second album, Abraxas , in September The album's mix of rock, blues, jazz, salsa and other influences was very well received, showing a musical maturation from their first album and refining the band's early sound.

Abraxas spent six weeks at 1 on the Billboard chart at the end of The band now boasted a powerful dual-lead-guitar act that gave the album a tougher sound. The sound of the band was also helped by the return of a recuperated Chepito Areas and the assistance of Coke Escovedo in the percussion section.

Enhancing the band's sound further was the support of popular Bay Area group Tower of Power 's horn section , Luis Gasca of Malo , and other session musicians which added to both percussion and vocals, injecting more energy to the proceedings. Santana III was another success, reaching 1 on the album charts, selling two million copies, and yielding the hits "Everybody's Everything" and " No One to Depend On ".

Tension between members of the band continued, however. Along with musical differences, drug use became a problem, and Santana was deeply worried that it was affecting the band's performance. Coke Escovedo encouraged Santana to take more control of the band's musical direction, much to the dismay of some of the others who thought that the band and its sound was a collective effort.

Also, financial irregularities were exposed while under the management of Stan Marcum, whom Bill Graham criticized as being incompetent. Growing resentments between Santana and Michael Carabello over lifestyle issues resulted in his departure on bad terms. David Brown later left due to substance abuse problems. A South American tour was cut short in Lima, Peru , due to unruly fans and to student protests against U. The performance was erratic and uneven, but the album managed to achieve gold-record status on the weight of Santana's popularity.

In early , Santana and the remaining members of the band started working on their fourth album, Caravanserai. During the studio sessions, Santana and Michael Shrieve brought in other musicians: Also assisting on keyboards were Wendy Haas and Tom Coster. With the unsettling influx of new players in the studio, Gregg Rolie and Neal Schon decided that it was time to leave after the completion of the album, even though both contributed to the session.

Rolie returned home to Seattle, and later, along with Schon, became a founding member of Journey. When Caravanserai did emerge in , it marked a strong change in musical direction towards jazz fusion. The album received critical praise, but CBS executive Clive Davis warned Santana and the band that it would sabotage the band's position as a " Top 40 " act.

Nevertheless, over the years, the album would achieve platinum status. Santana married Deborah King in She is the daughter of late blues singer and guitarist Saunders King. They have three children: Salvador , Stella and Angelica. Together with wife Deborah, Santana founded a not-for-profit organization, the Milagro "Miracle" Foundation, which provides financial aid for educational, medical, and other needs.

On October 19, , Deborah Santana filed for divorce citing " irreconcilable differences " after 34 years of marriage. In , Santana became interested in the pioneering fusion band the Mahavishnu Orchestra and its guitarist, John McLaughlin. Chinmoy accepted them as disciples in Santana was given the name Devadip , meaning "The lamp, light and eye of God". In , Santana, having obtained legal rights to the band's name, Santana , formed a new version of the band with Armando Peraza and Chepito Areas on percussion, Doug Rauch on bass, Michael Shrieve on drums, and Tom Coster and Richard Kermode on keyboards.

Santana later was able to recruit jazz vocalist Leon Thomas for a tour in Japan on July 3 and 4, , which was recorded for the live, sprawling, high-energy triple vinyl LP fusion album Lotus CBS records would not allow its release unless the material was condensed. Santana did not agree to those terms, and Lotus was available in the U. The group later went into the studio and recorded Welcome , which further reflected Santana's interests in jazz fusion and his increasing commitment to the spiritual life of Sri Chinmoy.

Soon after, Santana replaced his band members again. This time Kermode, Thomas and Rauch departed from the group and were replaced by vocalist Leon Patillo later a successful Contemporary Christian artist and returning bassist David Brown.

He also recruited soprano saxophonist, Jules Broussard for the lineup. The band recorded one studio album Borboletta , which was released in Drummer Leon "Ndugu" Chancler later joined the band as a replacement for Michael Shrieve , who left to pursue a solo career. By this time, Bill Graham 's management company had assumed responsibility for the affairs of the group.

Graham was critical of Santana's move into jazz and felt he needed to concentrate on getting Santana back into the charts with the edgy, streetwise ethnic sound that had made them famous.

Santana himself was seeing that the group's direction was alienating many fans. Although the albums and performances were given good reviews by critics in jazz and jazz fusion circles, sales had plummeted.

The album received considerable airplay on FM album-oriented rock stations with the instrumental " Europa Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile " and re-introduced Santana to the charts. The albums conceived through the late s followed the same formula, although with several lineup changes. Among the new personnel who joined was current percussionist Raul Rekow, who joined in early Most notable of the band's commercial efforts of this era was a version of the s Zombies hit, " She's Not There ", on the double album Moonflower.

Santana recorded two solo projects in this time: The pressures and temptations of being a high-profile rock musician and requirements of the spiritual lifestyle which guru Sri Chinmoy and his followers demanded were in conflict, and imposed considerable stress upon Santana's lifestyle and marriage. He was becoming increasingly disillusioned with what he thought were the unreasonable rules that Chinmoy imposed on his life, and in particular with his refusal to allow Santana and Deborah to start a family.

He felt too that his fame was being used to increase the guru's visibility. Santana and Deborah eventually ended their relationship with Chinmoy in More radio-friendly singles followed from Santana and the band. The album's guests included Booker T. Santana again paid tribute to his early rock roots by doing the film score to La Bamba , which was based on the life of rock and roll legend Ritchie Valens and starred Lou Diamond Phillips.

The band Santana returned in with a new album, Beyond Appearances , and two years later with Freedom. Growing weary of trying to appease record company executives with formulaic hit records, Santana took great pleasure in jamming and making guest appearances with notables such as the jazz fusion group Weather Report , jazz pianist McCoy Tyner , Blues legend John Lee Hooker , Frank Franklin, Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid , and West African singer Salif Keita.

He and Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead later recorded and performed with Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji , who conceived one of Santana's famous s drum jams, " Jingo ". In Santana organized a reunion with past members from the Santana band for a series of concert dates. CBS records released a year retrospective of the band's accomplishments with Viva Santana!

That same year Santana formed an all-instrumental group featuring jazz legend Wayne Shorter on tenor and soprano saxophone. They toured briefly and received much acclaim from the music press, who compared the effort with the era of Caravanserai In , Santana left Columbia Records after twenty-two years and signed with Polygram. In Santana hired jam band Phish as his opening act. Santana kicked off the s with a new album Spirits Dancing in the Flesh in This was followed by Milagro in , a live album Sacred Fire in and Brothers a collaboration with his brother Jorge and nephew Carlos Hernandez in But sales were relatively poor.

Santana toured widely over the next few years but there were no further new album releases, and eventually he was even without a recording contract. However, Arista Records ' Clive Davis , who had worked with Santana at Columbia Records , signed him and encouraged him to record a star-studded album with mostly younger artists. Eckl , and others. However, the lead single was what grabbed the attention of both fans and the music industry. The track's energy was immediately apparent on radio, and it was played on a wide variety of station formats.

The music video, set on a hot barrio street, was also very popular. Supernatural eventually shipped over 15 million copies in the United States, and won 8 Grammy Awards including Album of the Year, making it Santana's most successful album. Carlos Santana, alongside the classic Santana lineup of their first two albums, was inducted as an individual, into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Green was inducted the same night.

Santana's acceptance speeches described his feelings about music's place in one's spiritual existence. In , Santana's guitar skills were featured in Michael Jackson 's song "Whatever Happens", from the album Invincible. Although the album was not the runaway success its predecessor had been, it produced two radio-friendly hits. The honor is given to a creator who has been "a unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers.

In , Herbie Hancock approached Santana to collaborate on an album again using the Supernatural formula. Also, in , fellow Latin star Shakira invited Santana to play the soft rock guitar ballad " Illegal " on her second English-language studio album Oral Fixation Vol. Santana's album All That I Am consists primarily of collaborations with other artists; the first single, the peppy " I'm Feeling You ", was again with Michelle Branch and the Wreckers.

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