I haven’t heard much about Kenny Loggins lately. What’s he up to?
—Brenda Bell, Pittsburgh, Pa.
The singer-songwriter, 64, who was born in Everett, Wash., and grew up in Alhambra, Calif., had great success as part of the duo Loggins and Messina (“Your Mama Don’t Dance”) and as a solo artist (“Footloose”) but now is excited about being part of the country music trio Blue Sky Riders with Gary Burr and Georgia Middleman. They begin a club tour in September and have nearly completed their self-titled debut album. “The key to being in a band is that it is a team effort. It’s not three soloists. I want to be a part of this family,” he says. “I’m having a ball.”