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Kenny Loggins Joins Blake Shelton for Performance of 'Footloose'


Blake Shelton will start "The 45th Annual CMA Awards" with a performance of "Footloose." He has even asked Kenny Loggins to join him for an even more exciting performance!
In 1984, the song "Footloose" was a No.1 hit for Kenny, who co-wrote it with Dean Pitchford. Blake has made his own version of the famous song for the more countrified remake of the movie currently in theaters. 
Blake is the reigning CMA Male Vocalist of the Year and has been nominated for Entertainer of the Year. Loggins is known for both singing and writing. One of his most famous hits is, "Your Mama Don't Dance," which he sang with Jim Messina. He is also famous for his song-writing, including his writing and co-writing hits such as, "A Love Song," "What A Fool Believes," Whenever I Call You 'Friend,'" and "Conviction of the Heart."
So, don't miss what is sure to be an unforgettable performance by Kenny and Blake on the live CMA Awards Nov. 9 on ABC!