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McKay Events Center - Orem, UT

Both my wife and I consider this to have been the best concert experience of our
lives. Kenny Loggins, Jim Messina and every band member generously played for three hours with passion, precision, and soul. Each let his light shine. No egos were on parade. No extra features were needed to embellish this event. The impassioned
performances alone made this a profoundly inspiring experience. Because of tonight's concert we want to live with more passion, love, courage, and be better
lovers, parents, and friends. With each stop on their tour Kenny Loggins and Jim
Messina are making the world a better place. Thank you, thank you, thank you. - Paul & Brentz Brandt

McKay Events Center - Orem, UT

I just arrived home from the concert. I should mention on the onset that this is the 4th time I've seen Loggins & Messina, the last time being in 1976, and clearly, tonight's show was the best. A happy walk down memory lane. It was a full circle experience for those in my party as well, because 4 out of the 7 of us in attendance were at their last
show through Utah in '76.

Like they did opening their shows in the 70's, L&M opened both sets with an acoustic set. Starting with "Watching the River Run" was an excellent choice, because it obviously captured the crowd from the get-go. The evening also revealed a fantastic band, with soloists taking the limelight with Kenny and Jimmy obviously being impressed by the backup, and willing to share the attention, making mention to the crowd of the obvious talent that was backing them.

Highlights of the show were songs like "Sailin' the Wind," "Back to Georgia," and the "Lovin' Me" medley. Jimmy's work with Buffalo Springfield ("Kind Woman")and Poco ("You Better Think Twice") were represented, along with Kenny's "Alive and Kickin'." These tunes only added more enjoyment to the show.

Encores featured "Angry Eyes," "Nobody But You," and
"Danny's Song." I thought it was also touching that the tour was dedicated to the memory of Jon Clarke.

Backstage, Kenny and Jim were very gracious in signing
autographs and saying hello. All in all it was the best concert I've been to in a long time, and I would encourage anyone who has the chance to take in one of their shows to do so. You'll get your money's worth, and you will be reminded of just how good Loggins & Messina are. They deserve a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. - Billy Brown