Saturday 02/08/2014 @ 8:00 PM
Saturday 02/08/2014 @ 8:00 PM
Tickets are $125*, $95, $65, $55
*$125 Dinner Package includes a premium seat, pre-show dinner, and a voucher for free valet parking.
Kenny Loggins has been many things to many people during the past three decades - “a moving target” as he’s put it. In his time, Loggins has been a guitar slinger with a psychedelic rock band, a hot young songwriter with a publishing deal, half of a legendary country-rock duo, a massively successful and accomplished solo artist, a sonic pioneer in the smooth jazz genre, a reigning soundtrack superstar, a rocker, a seeker, as well as an enduring recording artist and live performer whose most recent works have spoken deeply to both young audiences and decidedly adult and worldly concerns. At the heart of it all, there remains a brilliant singer-songwriter and guitarist with a lifelong passion for exploring the endless power of the song to communicate.
When Loggins & Messina split up in 1976, Loggins wasted no time in achieving solo stardom with such million-selling solo albums as Celebrate Me Home, Nightwatch (which included the hit Whenever I Call You Friend with Stevie Nicks), Keep The Fire (This Is It) and 1982’s High Adventure (Don’t
Fight It with Steve Perry and Heart To Heart). These albums saw Loggins expanding his musical range, impressively exploring new textures of jazz, rock and pop with ambitious production. Loggins’ reputation as one of music’s outstanding vocalists was becoming well established, and in 1980 he won the
Best Male Pop Vocal GRAMMY® for This Is It. As a songwriter too, Loggins continued to grow, a fact evidenced by his many inspired collaborations such as co-writing the 1979 GRAMMY®-winning Song of The Year What A Fool Believes with his long-time friend Michael McDonald of the Doobie Brothers.
In the ‘80s, Loggins became more famous than ever as the king of 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.
Opening the show will be special guest Pablo Cruise. To hear Pablo Cruise on record is one thing, but to experience the band live is an exhilarating event. Since the release of their first album in 1975, Pablo Cruise has toured the world and had numerous chart-topping hits such as Watcha Gonna Do, When She Says Goodbye and Love Will Find A Way. In 2011, Pablo Cruise teamed up with Red Red Records to release their first live DVD/CD. As part of the package, the band went back into the studio with GRAMMY® Award-winning producer Cal Garay to re-record two of their greatest hits: Place in the Sun and Love Will Find a Way.