Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum, pop rock icon was originally a part of the popular duo Loggins and Messina, and during the 1970s he became a solo artist known for his soft rock music, and later for writing and performing for hit movie soundtracks in the 1980s. Loggins recorded so many successful songs for films including Top Gun, Footloose, and Caddyshack, that he was referred to as, “King of the Movie Soundtrack.” His first solo album, Celebrate Me Home (1977), included the successful song “I Believe In Love.” He has won multiple Grammy Awards including Best Male Pop Vocal for “This is it!” (1979), and Song of the Year for “What a Fool Believes” (1980). Loggins has also written many hit songs for other artists including Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Anne Murray, Michael McDonald and The Doobie Brothers. He also performed as a member of USA for Africa on the famine-relief fundraising single “We Are the World.” He is currently working on songs with Blue Sky Riders, a country trio. Portland-based singer songwriter Stephen Ashbrook and his band are featured performers. Ashbrook rose to fame in the mid-1990s in his home state of Arizona, riding the wave of the Tempe music scene while performing guitar-driven rock music with his band Satellite. Part of The Festival at Sandpoint.