Starting his career with major song writting success (Elvis Presley had a hit with his song "Kentucky Rain,") Eddie Rabbitt went on to become one of the most innovative country music stars - and crossover artists - of the '70s and '80s. Rabbitt was born in Brooklyn and bred in New Jersey, and his "citified" air all but defined what became known as the "Urban Cowboy" movement. It also led to 26 Billboard #1 country singles, 17 of which are collected here. Blending pop and R&B sensibilities into the mix, Rabbitt scored huge crossover smashes with "I Love a Rainy Night" - which also topped Billboard's Pop chart - "Drivin' My Life Away" and "Step By Step," both #5 pop hits. Other highlights on Number One Hits include Rabbitt's first #1, "Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind)," "You And I" (with Crystal Gayle), and "Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight."