Kenny Loggins has left an indelible imprint on the soundtrack of our lives, with more than 25 million albums sold worldwide, two Grammy® Awards, and chart-topping songs, such as “This Is It,” “I’m Alright,” “Footloose,” and “Danger Zone.” In addition to his string of successful recordings, both solo and as a member of the famed duo Loggins & Messina, Loggins became the first major rock star to dedicate himself to recording music for children and families. His album Return to Pooh Corner remains the best-selling children’s album of the last 20 years.

His gift for crafting deeply emotional music is unparalleled, and it’s been a part of his life as long as he can remember. His generous support of countless local organizations has made a lasting impact on the causes that are close to his heart. His song, “Conviction of the Heart,” was hailed as the “unofficial anthem of the environmental movement” by Al Gore when Loggins performed it on Earth Day in 1995 at The National Mall in Washington, D.C. In February, 2021, Loggins released “The Great Adventure,” a brand-new single that is set to be used as the theme song for San Diego Zoo Kids television network. In June, 2021, Loggins released At the Movies, a Record Store Day exclusive vinyl that included some of his career-spanning soundtrack hits for the first time ever on one album. His long-awaited memoir, Still Alright, will be published on June 14, 2022, giving fans a candid and entertaining perspective on his life and career as one of the most noteworthy musicians of the 1970s and ’80s.

In Still Alright, Kenny Loggins gives fans a candid and entertaining perspective on his life and career as one of the most noteworthy musicians of the 1970s and ’80s. He provides an abundance of compelling, insightful, and terrifically amusing behind-the-scenes tales. Loggins draws readers back to the musical eras they’ve loved, as well as addressing the challenges and obstacles of his life and work—including two marriages that ended in divorce, a difficult but motivating relationship with the older brother for which “Danny’s Song” is named, struggles with his addiction to benzodiazepines, and the revelations of turning seventy and looking back at everything that has shaped his music—and coming to terms with his rock-star persona and his true self.

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  • Occurred Thursday, June 30th, 2022 @ 7:30 pm


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Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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