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Still Alright: A Memoir


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Kenny Loggins for his megahit soundtrack themes and chart-topping collaborations. Now you may know him by the intimate tales behind his five-decade profession as a legendary songwriter and pop icon. In a exceptional profession, Kenny Loggins has rocked levels worldwide, launched ten platinum albums, and landed hits all around the Billboard charts. His place in music historical past is marked by a singular present for collaboration mixed with the imaginative and prescient to evolve, adapt, and persevere in an business that likes to eat its personal. Loggins served as a pivotal determine within the folk-rock motion of the early ’70s when he paired with former Buffalo Springfield member Jim Messina, recruited Stevie Nicks for the traditional duet “At any time when I Name You ‘Buddy,’” then pivoted to easy rock in teaming up with Michael McDonald on their back-to-back Grammy-winning hits “What a Idiot Believes” and “This Is It” (a seminal second within the historical past of what would come to be generally known as yacht rock). Within the ’80s, Loggins turned the king of soundtracks with hit recordings for Caddyshack, Footloose, and Prime Gun; and a bona fide world famous person singing alongside Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson on “We Are the World.”In Nonetheless Alright, Kenny Loggins provides followers a candid and entertaining perspective on his life and profession as some of the noteworthy musicians of the Nineteen Seventies and ’80s. He offers an abundance of compelling, insightful, and terrifically amusing behind-the-scenes tales. Loggins attracts listeners again to the musical eras they’ve beloved, in addition to addressing the challenges and obstacles of his life and work—together with two marriages that resulted in divorce, a tough however motivating relationship with the older brother for which “Danny’s Track” is known as, struggles together with his habit to benzodiazepines, and the revelations of turning seventy and looking out again at every part that has formed his music—and coming to phrases together with his rock-star persona and his true self.