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Kenneth Clark "Kenny" Loggins, referred to as just Loggins or Captain Loggins in-game (born January 7, 1948 in Everett, Washington), is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter.


Loggins is best known for his soft rock music of the 1970s and his performances on many movie soundtracks in the 1980s. His discography includes six platinum albums, two as part of the duo Loggins and Messina.

He voices himself as the DJ of the Los Santos Rock Radio station in Grand Theft Auto V.

In-Game Songs

  • Kenny Loggins - I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man) (Los Santos Rock Radio, Grand Theft Auto V)
  • The Doobie Brothers - What a Fool Believes (Los Santos Rock Radio, Grand Theft Auto V) (co-writer)
  • Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone (Los Santos Rock Radio, Grand Theft Auto V) {enhanced version only}


Main article: Kenny Loggins/Quotes

GTA Works


  • Another of Loggins' songs, "I'm Alright", was also due to appear on Los Santos Rock Radio but was cut from the final game. According to unused dialogue in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, one of Loggins' songs was due to be featured in the game before being removed during production for unknown reasons.
  • Loggins is referenced in the online race Business Class. The description reads "Do Loggins proud and race some fighter jets around Downtown LS and Vinewood. Weave between buildings and through construction sites on your laps. Two tight turns at either end." This is most likely in reference to his song "Danger Zone" being in the soundtrack of the movie Top Gun and also featuring in the enhanced version of GTA V.
    • This is also referenced during the Humane Raid - EMP mission in the enhanced version of GTA Online, as "Danger Zone" plays after the player steals a Hydra jet.

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