According to his website, Carlos Santana, a rock-and-roll legend, collapsed onstage while performing in Michigan.

According to the statement, Santana, aged 74, was performing at Pine Knob Music Theatre,

Clarkston, Michigan, about 40 miles northwest from Detroit when he succumbed to heat exhaustion and dehydration.

According to Michael Vrionis, his manager, Carlos was taken to McLaren Clarkston's emergency department for observation. He is now doing well.

Santana was to perform Wednesday at The Pavilion at Star Lake, Burgettstown. This show has been postponed.

Santana was born in Mexico and moved with his family to the United States in the 1960s.

Santana, who began playing guitar as a child, rose to prominence during the 1960s and 1970s.

He is today considered to be one of the most influential guitarists of all times.

Santana has been awarded 10 Grammy Awards, and three Latin Grammys. He and his bandmates were inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

He was ranked No. 20 by Rolling Stone magazine in 2015. In its 100 greatest guitarists list, he was ranked 20.