1. Neil Diamond and Deep Purple both hit the charts with this song
2. Their hits included "Fire" and "Sweet Sticky Thing"
3. Bon Jovi's Number One album followup to "Slippery When Wet"
4. This was R. Dean Taylor's only hit, from 1970
5. "It started in Scranton, it's now Number One"
6. This was Train's first hit, from 1999
7. Lynyrd Skynyrd's second most famous song after "Free Bird"
8. According to the Bee Gees, "The lights all went out" here
9. Grateful Dead song that includes the line "I woke up feeling mean, went down to play the slot machine"
10. Johnny Horton's last hit, from a John Wayne movie
11. A Conway Twitty/Loretta Lynn duet
12. Their hits included "Point of Know Return" and "Dust in the Wind"
13. Traditional bluegrass humor song recorded by Bela Fleck, Jerry Garcia and David Grisman
14. David Lee Roth's first solo hit, a Beach Boys cover
15. TV theme that was a Top Ten hit for The Ventures in 1969
16. Bruce Springsteen's acoustic album that includes "Johnny 99" and "My Father's House"
17. A 1986 country duet for Marie Osmond and Dan Seals
Bonus: Ray Charles' first Number One hit, from 1960, it's since been made the official state song of the state in the title