Sittin’ In, his first of many albums with producer-guitarist Jim Messina. Loggins’ uniquely gentle voice, light touch on guitar and captivating perspective as a singer-songwriter were all immediately apparent on radio favorites “Danny’s Song” and “House at Pooh Corner.” After the duo disbanded, Loggins achieved solo success in the yacht-rock milieu, most notably with “This Is It,” co-written with Michael McDonald. Ever evolving, Loggins then became the 1980s soundtrack king, with the hits “Footloose,” “Danger Zone” and “I’m Alright.” The 1990s brought children’s album Return to Pooh Corner, and a new era of environmental activism and fatherhood serving as Loggins’ greatest muses. Expect to hear all of these hits and more in his current set list. Also at the Saban on Saturday, Dec. 2, and the Agoura Hills Canyon on Sunday, Dec. 3.
Kenny Loggins first came to national attention in 1971 with