Kenny Loggins on stage in 2002. Loggins returns one more time to Clearwater's The Sound at Coachman Park.

Kenny Loggins plays his final concert in the Tampa area Saturday night at The Sound at Coachman Park in Clearwater.

Kenny’s been delivering the big hits since the 70s from his Loggins & Messina days through the big soundtrack hits for Caddyshack, Top Gun and Footloose that Kenny he had in the 80s. So which ones will he perform this weekend? Here’s a peek at the set list he’s stuck to for this farewell tour so far.

The 100 level seats closest to the stage have sold out but there are some seats as of this morning (September 15) in the 200 level starting at $59. Pablo Cruise will open the show. (He’s the one who did “Love Will Find A Way” if the name doesn’t ring a bell.)

  • Keep The Fire

    A song Kenny wrote with his wife at the time, Eva Ein (who was in Caddyshack). You might not remember this one. It was a single, but it only peaked at #36 back in 1980.

  • Heart To Heart

    This one did a little better. It got to #15 in 1982. The song is about preserving a friendship once lovers have grown apart. Michael McDonald is featured in this one.

  • This Is It

    Michael McDonald is featured on vocals in this classic too. It won a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Male Performance in 1981. Loggins finished the lyrics after visiting his sick father who was recovering from a few strokes.

  • It's About Time

    This one is from the more modern era of Kenny’s library of music. It’s About Time was his 12th studio album released in 2003. The album featured guests like Richard Marx, Clint Black, and, not surprisingly, Michael McDonald.

  • What A Fool Believes

    Made famous by the Doobie Brothers, Kenny actually co-wrote this one. The Doobies version has the disco vibe. But Kenny’s original version appears on his live 1980 album. Kenny’s version is sung from a female’s perspective so you’ll hear some gender changes in the lyrics.

  • Whenever I Call You Friend

    Kenny’s duet with Stevie Nicks was his first solo hit – as Stevie is credited on the album, but not the single. It was co-written by Melissa Manchester. She recorded her own version for her album in 1979.

  • Return to Pooh Corner

    From Kenny’s children’s album in 1994, the title is a reference to The House At Pooh Corner. Guest appearances on the album included Crosby & Nash, Amy Grant and Gary Chapman. Kenny followed the album up years later with “More Songs from Pooh Corner.”

  • Danny's Song

    The Loggins and Messina classic was a gift for Kenny’s brother who had just become a father. Anne Murray‘s cover reached the top 10 as well.

  • If You Believe

    This one’s from Kenny’s 1991 album “Leap of Faith.”

  • Celebrate Me Home

    A song from Kenny’s first solo album.  It wasn’t released officially as a single, but became one of Kenny’s better known songs when radio stations played it at Christmas.  Many singers have covered the song including LeAnn Rimes, Josh Groban and Jennifer Nettles.

  • Conviction of the Heart

    Vice President Al Gore called this one “the unofficial anthem of the environmental movement.”

  • I'm Alright

    The unforgettable classic from Caddyshack. Listen closely to hear background vocals by another Q105 favorite, Eddie Money.

  • Danger Zone

    Another big soundtrack hit for Kenny Loggins. This one helped the Top Gun soundtrack become the best selling soundtrack of 1986. But Toto was actually the original choice to perform the song!

  • Footloose

  • Forever

    Thought Footloose would be the song to close the show? Me too! But this one makes total sense given that this is Kenny Loggins’ farewell tour. The song became massively popular in the mid 80s when it was featured on the soap opera The Young and the Restless.

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