Kenny Loggins Forms Country/Pop Trio

Blue Sky: (from left) Kenny Loggins, Georgia Middleman and Gary Burr

Kenny Loggins has joined with two prominent Nashville songwriters to form a country/pop trio called Blue Sky Riders. The trio will debut April 2 in Music City as part of a prestigious songwriters' festival called Tin Pan South.

Loggins partnered with singers/songwriters Gary Burr (Juice Newton's “Love's Been a Little Bit Hard on Me”) and Georgia Middleman (Keith Urban's “I'm In”).

“We wrote our first song and were singing with a three-part blend that comes once in a lifetime,” Loggins tells MusicRow.

Loggins—whose huge hits include “Footloose,” “Danger Zone” and “Your Mama Don't Dance”—will have Blue Sky Riders open his solo dates this summer.

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