Kenny Loggins Performs In Virginia Man's Living Room Erick Sanchez launched a Kickstarter campaign called: I want Kenny Loggins to play in my living room. He raised $30,000 to make it happen.
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Kenny Loggins Performs In Virginia Man's Living Room

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Kenny Loggins Performs In Virginia Man's Living Room

Kenny Loggins Performs In Virginia Man's Living Room

Kenny Loggins Performs In Virginia Man's Living Room

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Erick Sanchez launched a Kickstarter campaign called: I want Kenny Loggins to play in my living room. He raised $30,000 to make it happen.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "DANGER ZONE")

KENNY LOGGINS: (Singing) Danger zone.

GREENE: It turns out that danger zone is a Virginia living room. That is where Kenny Loggins performed Sunday night. Fox 5 got the audio.

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

LOGGINS: (Singing) Danger zone.

GREENE: This was all thanks to Erick Sanchez, who launched a Kickstarter campaign called, I want Kenny Loggins to play in my living room. He raised $30,000 to make it happen.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "DANGER ZONE")

LOGGINS: (Singing) Out along the edge is always where I burn to be.

GREENE: You're where you always burn to be, MORNING EDITION.

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