Sometimes, and without logical reason, an artist has been around so long and been so successful that people forget what an amazing performer they still are. Kenny Loggins may fall in that category. His career is astounding with his collaboration with Jim Messina that resulted in top hits including a“Your Momma don’t Dance and Your Daddy don’t Rock ‘n Roll,” “House at Pooh Corner,” “Vehevala,” and “Danny’s Song.” In 1980, Loggins teamed with former Doobie Brothers lead vocalist Michael McDonald to co-write, “What a Fool Believes,” which won four Grammies, including song of the year. And his movie credits include “I’m Alright” from Caddyshack(the dancing gopher), “Danger Zone” from “Top Gun”, and “Footloose” from Footloose. His live show is full of familiar hits and ranges from intimate ballads to rocking tunes that fill the dance floor.