Hanna Loggins, Daughter of American Songwriter and Guitarist, Kenny Loggins  

Hanna Loggins is a daughter of a notable artist and entertainer in the United States. Her father is the singer, songwriter, and guitarist Kenny Loggins, while her mother is Julia Cooper. Hannah has an elder brother, Crosby Loggins, born on December 15, 1980.

Many American music lovers are familiar with Loggins’s songs. His hit songs include Finally Home, A Star Was Born, and many others. To learn more about the beautiful daughter of the musician, keep reading this post. We have included interesting facts about the family. So sit back and enjoy.

Who is Hanna Loggins’s Father?

Kenny Loggins was the youngest of three brothers, born in Everett, Washington. His mother, Lina, was an Avezzano-born homemaker of Italian origin, while his father, Robert George Loggins, was an Avezzano-born salesperson with an English and Irish background. Before arriving in Alhambra, California, the family resided in Detroit and Seattle.

Loggins graduated in 1966 from San Gabriel Mission High School. He started a group called The Second Helping, which recorded three songs for Viva Records in 1968 and 1969. That was the start of Loggins’s career in music.

Kenny Loggins Solo Career

Loggins’ debut solo album, Celebrate Me Home, was released in 1977. It featured the popular song “I Believe in Love,” originally performed by Barbra Streisand in the movie A Star Is Born.

The hit song “Whenever I Call You Friend,” a duet with Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, was featured on the well-liked album Nightwatch, which Melissa Manchester co-wrote.

After that, Loggins released Hold the Fire in 1979 and High Adventure in 1982. The latter includes “Don’t Fight It,” his rock duet with Journey singer Steve Perry, which reached No. 17 on the US Billboard Top 100. Throughout his solo career, Loggins gave up the harmonica but kept playing the guitar, exactly as he had done with Loggins & Messina.

Kenny Loggins Media Appearances

In the 2013 video game Grand Theft Auto V, Loggins plays himself as the host of Los Santos Rock Radio, an in-game radio station. Along with singing station jingles, he also lends the songs “Danger Zone” and “I’m Free (Heaven Assists the Man).

In the 2014 episode “Baby Shower” of the fifth season of the animated comedy series Archer, Loggins made an appearance playing himself. His song “Danger Zone” had frequently been referenced in the show’s jokes. In addition, Loggins sings a duet of “Danger Zone” in country style with Cherlene at the end of the episode and throughout the credits. In a subsequent interview, Loggins claimed that the show had entirely created his on-air moniker, “K-Log,” adding, “Always a joke, it. Since it is so ridiculous, that is why it works.”

In the 2018 episode titled “Veteran Man,” of the animated comedy series Family Guy, Loggins provided the voice for a parody of himself. In the episodes “80’s Man” from season 20 in 2021 and “Yacht Rocky” from season 18 in 2019, he also provided his voice.

For April Fools Day in 2022, the Mall of America renamed their “Log Chute” attraction into the “Kenny Loggins Chute,” dressing up the animatronic Paul Bunyan as Loggins.