Kenny Loggins was just 21 when he started sending demo tapes to Buffalo Springfield bassist and producer Jim Messina. About 15 years later, he was writing songs for some of the most popular films of the '80s. How did Kenny go from being an avid music fan to working on the 'Top Gun' and 'Footloose' soundtracks? Watch to find out. Plus, Kenny reveals what he learned about aspiring pop stars from his time on 'American Idol.'
Obama campaign manager Jim Messina spoke Thursday at the DNC in Charlotte.
Jim Messina, who is leading the effort by Organizing For Action to press for tougher gun laws, has a problem: his old boss. OFA, the offshoot of the Obama campaign now organized as a nonprofit organization, has made gun control its top priority, and Messina has been the public face of that effort. The president on Thursday pressed supporters to keep the pressure on by swarming congressional town halls during Congress' recess to drive the message home.
Loggins and Messina are a American rock-pop duo consisting of Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina who achieved their success in the early to mid 1970s. Among their well-known songs are 'Danny's Song' and 'Your Mama Don't Dance'.
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