Kenny Loggins at the Grove of Anaheim, with Blue Sky Riders
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The last date listed for Kenny Loggins and Blue Sky Riders was Wednesday June 20, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Currently at City National Grove of Anaheim
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Adapted from John Gray's iconic book, this one-man show version of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From… More
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Grammy Award winning, singer-songwriter and guitarist, Kenny Loggins will perform at City National Grove of Anaheim with special guest Blue Sky Riders.
By any standard, Loggins’ commercial impact has been extraordinary; twelve of his albums have gone platinum and beyond. In a world of one hit wonders and fifteen minute sensations, Loggins has enjoyed hit songs in four straight decades — a remarkable testament to his exceptional craftsmanship and stamina. Through it all, Kenny Loggins has earned the faith of those who’ve followed him along the way. To this day, Loggins continues to write and record at the height of his powers as a singer and a songwriter. This is something that Loggins proves every time he takes the stage to sing his soulful songs straight from the heart.
Known for hits such as “Whenever I Call You Friend” with Stevie Nicks, “This Is It,” and “Don’t Fight It” with Steve Perry, Loggins achieved solo stardom early on. However in the 80s, Loggins became even more famous and the king of the movie theme songs thanks to massive smashes like “I’m Alright” (from Caddyshack), “Footloose” (from Footloose), “Danger Zone” (from Top Gun), and “Nobody’s Fool” (from Caddyshack II). Loggins also continued to record albums that were introspective and deeply personal, including 1985’s Vox Humana, 1988’s Back to Avalon, 1991’s Leap of Faith (featuring “Conviction of the Heart,” a song Al Gore called “the unofficial anthem of the environmental movement”), The Unimaginable Life (1997) and 2003’s It’s About Time. During this same period, Loggins continued to take on new challenges like recording a Christmas album (1998’s December) and two successful and acclaimed CDs for children: 1994’s radiant Return To Pooh Corner and its worthy follow-up, More Songs From Pooh Corner.
With Loggins’ latest musical venture, Blue Sky Riders, he joins one of Nashville’s most accomplished writers, Gary Burr, and renowned singer-songwriter Georgia Middleman. All three sing lead amid the three-part harmonies that told each of them from the beginning that they had something special.