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Topic - Kenny Loggins
Singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins is set to perform at the Indiana Republican Convention in Fort Wayne.
Blake Shelton and Kenny Loggins opened an eclectic Country Music Association Awards with a high-energy version of Loggins' hit "Footloose," but Hank Williams Jr. stole the show.
Blake Shelton and Kenny Loggins missed their calling. The two new friends are opening the Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday with a version of Loggins' hit film theme song "Footloose," but they really should hit the road as a comedy team.
Loggins has had hit songs on the movie sound tracks of "Top Gun," ''Footloose" and "Rocky IV," and he wrote the Doobie Brothers single "What a Fool Believes" with Michael McDonald.
Asked how his experience has been so far, Loggins said: "I'm bored to death," flooring everyone within earshot before adding, "It's really fun to be part of the CMAs.