Top Kenny Loggins Albums
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Two of Us / There Is a Mountain [Digital 45]
Two of Us / There Is a Mountain [Digital 45]
[2009]
How About Now
How About Now
[2007]
The Essential
The Essential
[2002]
The Essential Kenny Loggins
The Essential Kenny Loggins
[2002]
More Songs from Pooh Corner
More Songs from Pooh Corner
[2000]
December
December
[1998]
The Unimaginable Life
The Unimaginable Life
[1997]
Return to Pooh Corner
Return to Pooh Corner
[1994]
Outside - from the Redwoods (Live)
Outside - from the Redwoods (Live)
[1993]
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith
[1991]
Playlist: Kenny Loggins - The Rock 'n' Roll Years (1979-1988)
Playlist: Kenny Loggins - The Rock 'n' Roll Years (1979-1988)
[1988]
Back to Avalon
Back to Avalon
[1988]
Vox Humana
Vox Humana
[1985]
High Adventure
High Adventure
[1982]
Kenny Loggins Alive (Live)
Kenny Loggins Alive (Live)
[1980]
Keep the Fire
Keep the Fire
[1979]
Nightwatch
Nightwatch
[1978]
Celebrate Me Home
Celebrate Me Home
[1977]
Loggins and Messina
Loggins and Messina
[1972]
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Always, In All Ways Nobody's Fool (theme From 'caddyshack Ll') Danger Zone Footloose I'm Alright I'm Free (heaven Helps The Man) Leap Of Faith Welcome To Heartlight Angry Eyes For The First Time Forever Heartlight I Would Do Anything The Real Thing The Unimaginable Life Your Mama Don't Dance Heart To Heart Playing With The Boys Meet Me Half Way Whenever I Call You Friend This Is It Don't Fight It Return To Pooh Corner You Got A Friend In Me All Together Now There Is A Mountain Underneath The Same Sky Puppy Song Two Of Us 1234 Long Tailed Cat Gandhi-buddha You Can All Join In Conviction Of The Heart Celebrate Me Home Beauty & The Beast Changes Birth Energy Angels In The Snow Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Let The Pendulum Swing Love Hana Aluna Lullabye Sweet Reunion The Last Unicorn True Confessions Watching The River Run Will Of The Wind Walking In The Air I Gotta Try December I Believe In Love The Inch Worm Down In The Boondocks Loraine Rainbow Connection Who's Right, Who's Wrong What A Fool Believes Just Breathe The Rest Of Your Life Give It Half A Chance Easy Driver Coventry Carol Baby Mine Hope For The Runaway I'm Gonna Do It Right Angelique Vox Humana Now And Then Wait A Little While Vahevala A Love Song No Lookin' Back Danny's Song Your Heart Will Lead You Home All The Pretty Little Ponies Keep The Fire Enter My Dream Alive N' Kickin' All I Ask If You Be Wise Good Friend All Alone Tonight At Last Flying Dreams I'll Be There I Miss Us Christmas Time Is Here Down 'n Dirty If It's Not What You're Looking For I'm Gonna Miss You I've Got The Melody (deep In My Heart) I Don't Want To Hate You Anymore I Am Not Hiding Daddy's Back Blue On Blue Cody's Song Back To Avalon Lady Luck Isabella's Eyes Love Will Follow If You Believe Junkanoo Holiday (fallin' - Flyin') Here There And Everywhere It Must Be Imagination Let There Be Love It's About Time Love Has Come Of Age Nightwatch Goodnight Starbright Somebody Knows She's Dangerous Only A Miracle St. Judy's Comet Some Children See Him The Horses Love's Got Nothing To Prove Swear Your Love Now Or Never Traveling Blues Too-ra-loo-ra On Christmas Morning Turn Around One Woman One Chance At A Time The More We Try My Father's House Never Never Land Somewhere Out There Set It Free Too Early For The Sun Nobody But You No Doubt About Love Pure Imagination The Bells Of Christmas The Christmas Song Same Old Wine Now That I Know Love That'll Do No Other Voice Mr. Night One More Time The One That Got Away The Art Of Letting Go Tell Her This Island Earth You'll Be In My Heart Why Do People Lie White Christmas Your Spirit And My Spirit Will It Last Your Daddy Don't Rock & Roll You Don't Know Me With This Ring Thinking Of You Neverland Medley Till The Ends Meet House At Pooh Corner
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Related Information for Kenny Loggins
Kenny Loggins was born in Everett, Washington on January 7, 1948. The guitarist and singer-songwriter moved along with his salesman father across the U.S. and settled in Los Angeles, California in his teens, soaking up the 60s rock scene. He got a job as a staff writer and wrote four songs used on a Nitty Gritty Dirt Band album in 1970, among them the hit song "House at Pooh Corner" (which he later played himself). This brought him to the attention of former Poco member Jim Messina, then a staff producer at CBS, who intended to produce Loggins' debut album. The two ended up in a duo, however, and Loggins & Messina made a series of successful albums during the 70s.Loggins & Messina, providing a set of soft rock... read more