COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — The OSU Marching Band switched gears this week performing music from Carlos Santana during halftime.
The well-known guitarist first rose to fame in the late 1960s and has many hit songs, including “Black Magic Woman.”
According to TBDBITL, a latin percussion section was added featuring students from the Ohio State music department.
“The extra percussion will add authenticity to a show honoring the music of Mexican-American rock legend Carlos Santana,” the school said in a post on its website.
The marching band finished its performance with a tribute to heart health.
Watch the entire performance below.