Video credit: Gary Schutt Productions

Black Magic Woman
Maria Maria
Oye Como Va
Corazon Espinado

2012 Lineup: John, Todd, Steve. Jim, Dave, Manny and sometimes Rob. Not pictured: Samantha

Jim Persons, Niño Garcia, Ashley Smith, Robbie Baker, Todd, Dave Mueller, John Shinn, Steve Eiseman.
Photo credit: Rob Donbar photography

“Fiesta Atlanta” Latin festival in Centennial Olympic Park

Huge crowd at Fiesta Atlanta!

Dave channeling Carlos

Supernatura Live at Seminole City Park Sept. 2010 with guest vocalist Sammi Leigh
Video credit: Daniel Tucker

SUPERNATURAL is a Santana tribute band that has stood the test of time – a rare occurrence in today’s ever-changing musical landscape. Formed in 1999 after the release of its namesake Santana album, the group went from garage to bars to clubs to festivals within 2 years.

In spite of many hardships and personnel changes, founding member and drummer Steve “Ice Man” Eiseman has held the band together. After adding the amazing talent of vocalist/guitarist Todd Plant in 2000, then after settling on a stable lineup of percussionists Manny Betancourt and Robbie Baker, bassist John Shinn, and keyboardist Jim Persons, they brought in Chicago blues guitarist Dave Mueller to channel Carlos Santana’s blistering and soulful licks. To spice things up even more, Supernatural began offering an (optional) special guest female vocalist to sing backup, cover the Michelle Branch tunes, and add a sultry feminine presence to the show.

Supernatural has developed into the consummate family-friendly festival band (see “Gig List”). In addition, vocalist Todd Plant has performed or recorded with a plethora of classic rock legends including members of The Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Chicago, Kansas, Marshall Tucker Band, Firefall, Blue Oyster Cult, as well as guitarist/vocalist Rick Derringer (Johnny & Edgar Winter, Ringo Starr), the late drummer/vocalist Buddy Miles (Jimi Hendrix, Santana) and celebrity/wrestler/actor//bassist Hulk Hogan!

The Supernatural experience offers great musicianship, authentic song re-creation and a high-energy performance that leaves the band members exhausted and its audiences thoroughly entertained!

Black Magic Woman
Oye Como Va
No One to Depend On
Evil Ways
Corazon Espinado
Maria Maria
Soul Sacrifice
Dance Sister Dance
All I Ever Wanted
The Sensitive Kind

Sunshine of Your Love (Cream)
She’s Not There (Zombies)
Stormy (Classics IV)
Long Train Runnin’ (Doobie Brothers)
Low Rider (War)

I’m Feelin’ You (Michelle Branch w/ Santana)
The Game of Love (Michelle Branch w/ Santana)
All I Wanna Do (Sheryl Crow)
Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin)
Somethin’ to Talk About (Bonnie Raitt)
It Hurt so Bad (Susan Tedeschi)

Fiesta Atlanta (main stage, 30k fans) – Centennial Olympic Park Atlanta GA
Ribfest (main stage, 40k fans) – St. Pete FL (w/ Gregg Allman, Little River Band, Grand Funk, Kansas, Doobie Bros)
Guavaween – 98 Rock stage – Ybor City FL (w/ Mark Farner Band)
Get Downtown/ First Friday Concert Series – City of St. Pete FL
St. Pete Times Forum – Tampa FL (once before Aerosmith concert, once at Tampa Bay Storm arena football game)
Jannus Landing – St. Pete FL (twice) once w/ Jefferson Starship and once w/ Cheap Trick)
Gasparilla Pirate Fest – Tampa FL (twice) (tens of thousands of fans)
Gasparilla Festival of the Arts – Tampa, FL
Music in the Park – City of Seminole, FL (twice)
Night in the Tropics – City of New Port Richey FL
Fiesta Day – Ybor City FL
Chasco Fiesta – New Port Richey FL (twice)
Venice Sun Fiesta – Venice FL
Ringling School of the Arts – Sarasota FL
Citrus County Street Vibrations – Crystal River FL
Taste of the Beach – Ft. Myers Beach FL
St. Pete College – Clearwater FL Campus

Todd: 727-687-6607