Carlos Santana plans benefit concerts in Tijuana: 'I want to give people a better opportunity for life'
Carlos Santana performs onstage during the Pre-Grammy Gala and Grammy Salute to Industry Icons Honoring Sean "Diddy" Combs on Jan. 25, 2020, in Beverly Hills, California. - Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images North America/TNS

SAN DIEGO — Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Carlos Santana is poised to return to Tijuana, the Mexican border city where he grew up and honed his guitar chops in nightclubs as a teenager before moving to San Francisco in the mid-1960s. The Latin-rock pioneer hopes to spearhead a fundraising concert next spring in Tijuana, where he has not performed since a 1992 homecoming concert at the coastal city's now-shuttered bullring by the sea. If all goes according to plan, the concert will become an annual event. "It's around the corner. We want to be there pretty soon," Santana, 74, told The San D...