(USA TODAY) -- We all have dreams. Erick Sanchez's dream is to have Grammy-award-winning singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins perform an acoustic set in his living room.
Sanchez, a 28-year-old man who works as a PR consultant in Washington, D.C., has turned to Kickstarter, a crowdsourcing fundraising platform, to make his dream come true.
"I've been a huge Kenny Loggins fan for a long time now," Sanchez told USA TODAY Network, adding that he grew up listening to Loggins' music and has seen him twice in concert.
Sanchez needs $30,000 to bring the Blue Sky Riders, a trio made up of Loggins and country musicians Gary Burr and Georgia Middleman, to his home. As of Tuesday afternoon, Sanchez has raised more than $6,600 toward his goal.
"If you're looking to make a dream come true, put your money where your ears are and drop some cash," Sanchez wrote on his Kickstarter page. "Don't do it for me. Don't do it for Kenny, Georgia, and Gary. Do it for America."
Loggins' hits over the years include Footloose, Danny's Song and Danger Zone from the Top Gun movie soundtrack.
But Sanchez said he prefers some of Loggins' "off-the-beaten path songs" like This Is It and Heart to Heart.
Sanchez said he spoke with Loggins via Skype over the weekend about his campaign. "He was awesome. Super gracious, super cool," Sanchez said. Loggins said he would donate to the campaign himself, according to Sanchez.
Loggins and his Blue Sky Riders band launched their own Kickstarter campaign to raise money to create a new album. On their Kickstarter page, they indicate that if a fan raises a certain amount of money they will play a home concert, a pitch that inspired Sanchez to act.
The crowd will be capped at 50 people, a stipulation set by Loggins' team, according to Sanchez. "Since it's an acoustic performance, they want to create an experience everyone can enjoy," he said.
A crowd that size will be possible, but a "tight fit" in his one-bedroom condo, according to Sanchez.
Twenty seats have already been promised to people who donated $300, but guaranteed seats (and guacamole to eat during the show) are still available to those willing to shell out $750 or more.
"My friends will tell you it's the best guacamole in the city. It's only available in my living room," Sanchez said of the added incentive.
The show will also be live-streamed to those who can't afford the higher-priced tickets, but still want to support the effort, Sanchez said.
Loggins, who recently appeared as an animated version of himself on FX's Archer, could not immediately be reached for comment.
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