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"What About Me" is a song first recorded in 1984 as a trio by singers Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes and James Ingram. The song was written by Rogers, noted producer David Foster, and singer-songwriter Richard Marx, who would later achieve superstar status as a musician ("Right Here Waiting", "Now and Forever"). It was the lead single from Rogers' Platinum-plus 1984 album of the same name.

Kenny Loggins, Sheena Easton and Roy Orbison versionEdit

"What About Me" is a ballad recorded in 1984 on thanksgiving, as a trio by singers, Kenny Loggins, Sheena Easton and Roy Orbison. It reached the number one chart on the Billboard Hot 100 and peeked the 8 chart on the Adult Contemporary. It was released on Loggins' fifth album Vox Humana.


  • Kenny Loggins – vocals
  • Sheena Easton – vocals
  • Roy Orbison – vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Michael Landau – electric guitar
  • David Foster – keyboards
  • Nathan East – bass guitar
  • John "JR" Robinson – drums
  • Paulinho Da Costa – percussion
  • David Sanborn – saxophone
  • Jeremy Lubbock – strings arrangement

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