Guitar Legend, Carlos Santana has announced an extension of his House of Blues residency through May 2026. He feels well enough to rock House of Blues at Mandalay Bay for another four years. At least. At age 74, Santana is ever-thankful to still rock ‘n’ roll, even as some of his contemporaries are gearing down. “I am working with a trainer, and we are working on my balance, equilibrium, confidence,” Santana said. “We work on how to breathe correctly. I have changed my diet, exercising, walking. I want to be around for a while, probably past 90, still doing what I love to do in such a way that it means something.” Santana announced the extension in a multifaceted event at House of Blues on Wednesday, marking his 10th anniversary at the venue and also his return to the stage. The rock legend had a stent placed in his heart during emergency surgery in late-November, halting his shows in December. He then called off four shows from Feb. 2-6, three for COVID cases in his band, and another because the rock star suffered food poisoning. Santana is the Vegas resident headliner who is in fact a resident. He lives here, and has been involved in many local charities (especially Spread the Word Nevada, Las Vegas Rescue Mission, Three Square Food Bank and Habitat for Humanity) along with his international Milagro Foundation.