Kenny Loggins, November 2, 1977 @ PSUC Fieldhouse

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Kenny Loggins, November 2, 1977 @ PSUC Fieldhouse

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Notes by Rob Buran:

Kenny Loggins returned to Plattsburgh after his split with Jim Messina. It was billed as a "co-bill" with Dave Mason. Dave opened the show. I asked Dave if he'd be willing to talk with me and he told me he was really ill. I remember looking at his face when he said that and thought there was a slight green tint to it. In attendance were me, Tom Mott, Fred Little, Neil Jacobsen, Charlie Koch and his girlfriend Carol, Jed Turner, Kathy Rock and a few others.

Publication Date

11-2-1977

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Track notes by Rob Buran:

Track 1. Kenny Loggins. November 2, 1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Kathy Rock of WQCR in Burlington, VT asks if the songs on the newly released Celebrate Me Home solo album represent the real Kenny Loggins. Tom Mott had gone to get Kenny something to drink, and while answering Kathy's question, interrupts himself to make a comment about Plattsburgh. It turned out to be apple cider.

Track 2. Kenny Loggins. November 2, 1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Kenny explains how Loggins & Messina got together, and explains why he sings the Jim Messina song "Peace of Mind."

Track 3. Kenny Loggins. November 2, 1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Kenny addresses a comment made by Jed Turner of WEAV/WGFB about the Loggins & Messina single "I Believe in Love" getting crossover from Top-40 to Progressive stations. Kenny explains the new single is "Celebrate Me Home." He explains the crowd reaction the first time they used it in a show. Kenny tells me "You'll have to get your scissors out" and Fred Little adds, "We're not open-air yet" because WPLT at the time was closed-circuit AM and cable FM radio station, and not yet technically open-air. The idea being we didn't need to worry about the Kenny's expletive because of the ambiguity over whether or not we were bound by broadcast obscenity laws since we weren't really broadcasting open-air.

Track 4. Kenny Loggins. November 2,1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Answers why Loggins & Messina broke up.

Track 5. Kenny Loggins. November 2,1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Kenny describes the position of being an opening act for Fleetwood Mac.

Track 6. Kenny Loggins. November 2,1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Loggins & Messina Finale and Kenny's first solo album Celebrate Me Home.

Track 7. Kenny Loggins. November 2,1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. This particular show was billed as a "co-bill" with two equal acts. Dave Mason opened this co-bill show, followed by the second half of the co-bill Kenny Loggins. Kenny answers whose idea it was to do the co-bill with Dave Mason.

Track 8. Kenny Loggins. November 2, 1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Kenny talks about how he and Jim discussed breaking up.

Track 9. Kenny Loggins. November 2, 1977 / PSUC Fieldhouse. Kenny answers a question about Lynyrd Skynyrd going down in a plane crash. Kenny explains he was touring with Jim Croce when his plane went down.

Kenny Loggins, November 2, 1977 @ PSUC Fieldhouse

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