Following a successful debut earlier this year, multi-platinum and Grammy-award winning artist Kenny Loggins is making his return to the Wynn Las Vegas at the Encore Theater for a second headlining engagement that runs March 27, 29 and 30.
Dubbed “The Life And Times,” the performances will feature material that spans Loggins’ 40+ year career. From his early days with Loggins and Messina and successful solo career, to becoming the king of the Hollywood movie soundtrack in the eighties, fans can expect to hear an arsenal of hits that include “Danny’s Song,” “House on Pooh Corner,” “I’m Alright,” “Footloose” and many more!
AXS recently spoke with Kenny Loggins about his upcoming Vegas residency, some of his biggest hits, and one of the most memorable moments of his career in this exclusive new interview.
AXS: What can fans expect from your upcoming Wynn Las Vegas performances?
Kenny Loggins: It’s a hit show I call “The Life And Times” that covers the songs I wrote and the different stages of my career. From Loggins and Messina to the movie period in the eighties and the solo career. Turns out, there was a lot of music during that time!
AXS: What do you think makes your style of music so timeless?
KL: You can’t really explain it and it’s not a formula. I just think the way pop culture works, everything old is eventually new again. Mike McDonald and I recently wrote and performed a song with Thundercat, and all of a sudden it’s kind of cool again. If you stay on your feet long enough you might come back around.
AXS: Has your writing process changed much over the years?
KL: Not really. I still keep notes and lyrical ideas and will wake up in the middle of the night with melodies running through my head. It’s a habit of a lifetime. I started mentoring a lot in the last year. I live in Santa Barbara where we had the terrible fires and mudslides. In the process of recovery, I helped some local teenagers put on a fundraiser. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to go to a songwriters festival in Hawaii and mentored those kids as well. I really enjoy the process of mentoring. It’s very natural and creative.
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