"American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music," is a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian. Focusing on five major centers of Latino popular music production - New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, San Antonio and San Francisco - the exhibition explores how Latino musical innovations since the 1940s helped shape American popular music.
Ten time Grammy Awards winner and guitarist Carlos Santana says the decisions made by National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to slash the number of Grammy Awards it distributes from 109 to 78 were racially motivated.
Just one day before T.J. Holmes sat down with Morgan Freeman, Carlos Santana and Ernie Banks, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law a controversial immigration bill, T.J. asked them to weigh in on the immigration debate.
Carlos Santana on Sunday used the occasion of baseball’s annual Civil Rights Game at Turner Field in Atlanta to excoriate Georgia and Arizona for passing legislation aimed at illegal immigrants.