Kenny Loggins

Kenny Loggins, born Kenneth Clark Loggins in Everett, Washington on January 07, 1948, is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and winner of multiple awards, dubbed as the “Soundtrack King” in a successful career spanning over five (5) decades.

For The First Time,” first appeared on the 1996 “One Fine Day” movie soundtrack and later on the 1997 “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow” compilation album, was sung by Kenny Loggins in the key of G sharp major or A flat major (G# | Ab).

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