Carlos Santana Says There Should Have Been ‘Live, Local Music’ At The Super Bowl Halftime Show
Iconic musician Carlos Santana took to his Facebook to take the NFL and CBS to task about the music selection featured during Sunday’s Halftime show. The network went with Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars, all not hailing from the Bay Area.
He started off by thanking the network for including him in their segment but said “the Halftime Show should have included some of the local iconic bands that the World would have loved to see perform.”
Santana included bands and musicians like Metallica, Steve Miller and Journey. Journey also took to their Facebook and thanked the musician, saying “Thank You Carlos, and yes we would have all Rocked it!”
Metallica also performed a sold out show the night before the Super Bowl in San Fransisco and created the hashtag, #TooHeavyForHalftime.
Check out the full post from Santana below.