'Truly' was the crossover soul star's chart-topping, Grammy-winning follow-up to his No.1 duet with Diana Ross, 'Endless Love.'
The emotional song pays tribute to fallen idols, with nods to Kenny Rogers, Whitney Houston, Tom Petty, and many more.
On 12 November 1983, one of the many hits from the mega-platinum 'Can't Slow Down' album completed its climb to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
Patsy recorded Willie Nelson's song just two months after a car crash that nearly killed her, and one of the most famous of all country songs was born.
The rock favorites hit the UK top ten with their version of the Russ Ballard song.
Four million sales in the US alone for his self-titled debut sent a very clear message that his fans wanted Lionel solo.
The ballad continued Rogers' chart-topping country form and went on to win a Grammy for Country Song of the Year.
Kenny's UK No.1 arrived as he was in the early stages of redirecting his career into the country arena.
After a decade of hard work, the Los Angeles native was on her way, as the ‘Mistaken Identity’ album followed ‘Bette Davis Eyes’ to the US chart summit.
The links between the American band and the British guitar hero go deeper than you might think.
'The Gambler' single and album found the entertainer in the hottest form of his life.
Other stars covering the country hero's work included Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Michael McDonald and Jennifer Nettles.
Other artists taking part include Vince Gill, Lady Antebellum, Jennifer Nettles, Rascal Flatts and Michael McDonald.
His 'Islands In The Stream' duet with Dolly Parton is at No. 2, as Rogers places 12 titles on the survey.
Not even coronavirus could stop the world’s longest-running radio show from its 4,916th consecutive Saturday night broadcast.