Carlos Santana is recuperating after falling out on the stage Tuesday night.
On Wednesday, a musician, 74, was taken to the emergency room at McLaren Clarkston [in Michigan] for observation and is doing well, according to his rep, noting that he was overpowered by heat exhaustion and dehydration.
When Grammy winner collapsed, he was taken away on a stretcher, waving to supporters as he left.
Santana's next concert in Pennsylvania has been postponed.
In March, the guitarist embarked on a tour with Earth, Wind, and Fire, making 32 stops.
Santanas health woes came seven months after he canceled several Las Vegas shows due to an unscheduled heart procedure.
Im here to just crystalize and make it clear, the Santana vocalist told his followers in a Twitter video from December 2021.
I went to the hospital last Saturday because I had this thing happening in my chest, according to Cindy [Blackman]. So when we went there, we realized that I needed to take care of it. So here I am.
Santana said she will take a break for a while to ensure I replenish, I rest, and I recuperate with my health so that when I play for you, I will play the way I used to and give you 150 percent.
The Mexico native concluded by declaring that he would not show up to perform unless he could provide his best.