Kenny Loggins is a soft pop-rock singer/songwriter from Everett, Washington whose lasting career in the music industry was almost single-handedly responsible for the popularization of the adult contemporary genre of pop music. Loggins first rose to prominence along with his songwriting partner Jim Messina in the 1970s as the celebrated soft rock duo Loggins and Messina. Following the production of several albums and singles such as "House on Pooh Corner" and "Danny's Song," songs which have since become pop standards, Loggins embarked upon a successful solo career that would last the singer/songwriter the following three decades and counting. Loggins' solo career is marked with a strong commercial bent that, along with the work of collaborator Michael MacDonald, would go on to develop adult contemporary into one of the music industry's most commercially successful genres.
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