Rod Stewart teams up with Santana for joint tour

Rod Stewart teams up with Santana for joint tour

ON TOUR: Rod Stewart plans to tour with Santana. Photo: Associated Press

Rod Stewart is teaming up with Santana for a joint tour of North America.

The veteran crooner has recruited guitar great Carlos Santana and his band for a series of shows called The Voice, The Guitar, The Songs, which will cover the U.S. and Canada.

The concerts kick off in Albany, New York on May 23.

Stewart has previously toured with rocker Steve Winwood, while Santana shared the stage with the Allman Brothers Band.

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