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2014: Oct Nov
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Kenny Loggins Snoqualmie Casino
Snoqualmie, WA
October 19, 2014
Sunday 7:00 pm
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Kenny Loggins Delta Downs Event Center
Lake Charles, LA
October 25, 2014
Saturday 7:00 pm
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Kenny Loggins Heinz Hall
Pittsburgh, PA
November 6, 2014
Thursday 7:30 pm
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Kenny Loggins Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Baltimore, MD
November 7, 2014
Friday 8:00 pm
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Kenny Loggins Penns Peak
Jim Thorpe, PA
November 8, 2014
Saturday 8:00 pm
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Kenny Loggins History

If you visit Pooh Corner, you might see Kenny Loggins sitting on the forest floor, singing and strumming his guitar. He's permanently welcome there by all who love the light and airy sounds of his voice and melodies. Judging by CD and concert ticket sales, that amounts to millions of fans.

Born in 1948 in Everett, Washington, Kenny Loggins moved with his family to L.A. as a teenager. He began writing for a music publisher, but soon formed the partnership that was to bring him fame as half a duo. The other half was Jim Messina, member of the still-active country-rock group Poco and former member of Buffalo Springfield. As a duo, Loggins and Messina were enormously successful from the start. Their first album in 1972, Sittin’ In, yielded two #1 hits: “Danny's Song” and “House at Pooh Corner.” This was followed the same year by Loggins and Messina, with the mega-single “Your Mama Don't Dance.” In the years that followed, seven more successful albums were co-created until the duo split around 1977, after a meteoric blaze across the sky. Kenny Loggins embarked on a solo career, a huge risk for any singer-songwriter identified with a superstar group.

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Born in 1948 in Everett, Washington, Kenny Loggins moved with his family to L.A. as a teenager. He began writing for a music publisher, but soon formed the partnership that was to bring him fame as half a duo. The other half was Jim Messina, member of the still-active country-rock group Poco and former member of Buffalo Springfield. As a duo, Loggins and Messina were enormously successful from the start. Their first album in 1972, Sittin’ In, yielded two #1 hits: “Danny's Song” and “House at Pooh Corner.” This was followed the same year by Loggins and Messina, with the mega-single “Your Mama Don't Dance.” In the years that followed, seven more successful albums were co-created until the duo split around 1977, after a meteoric blaze across the sky. Kenny Loggins embarked on a solo career, a huge risk for any singer-songwriter identified with a superstar group.

In this case, it paid off: Kenny Loggins became an even bigger star on his own. His first two albums went platinum quickly, 1977's Celebrate Me Home with its #1 single by the same name, and 1978's Nightwater, known for the beautiful ballad “Whenever I Call You Friend” with Stevie Nicks. In 1979, Keep the Fire duplicated the success of its predecessors, and this time, a selection called “This Is It” won a Grammy.

During the next decade Kenny Loggins was dubbed 'King of the '80s Soundtracks' by Rolling Stone. He became a phenomenon with Footloose and its signature title track; Caddy Shack (1 and 2) with the theme “Nobody's Fool”; Top Gun with its hit “Danger Zone”; all leading up to an Oscar nomination for “For the First Time” from One Fine Day. But while all this was happening, Kenny's personal life was crumbling. He took time off to attend to his family, and eventually remarried. An album (and book by the same name), The Unimaginable Life: Lessons Learned on the Path of Love, was inspired by his new wife and by the couple's unconventional commitment to hide nothing from each other or the public. Symbolically, their wedding party was entirely nude.

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