Throughout the '80s, Rogers dominated the international music charts, television and film screens, radio airwaves and arena concert tour circuit powered by several smash hits, including “Don’t Fall In Love With A Dreamer" (with Kim Carnes), “I Don’t Need You,” “Through The Years,” “Love Will Turn You Around,” “We've Got Tonight” (with Sheena Easton), “Crazy,” and the George Martin-produced “Morning Desire.” Rogers made history with his cross-over monster hit “Lady," composed and produced by Lionel Richie, which hit No. 1 across the country, pop, AC, and R&B charts. Rogers starred in the 1982 motion picture Six Pack, and in 1983, Rogers and Dolly Parton recorded their iconic classic duet “Islands in the Stream,” written by the Bee Gees, that reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The double platinum-certified single gave both artists their second No. 1 pop hit and also topped the country and AC charts. In 1985, Rogers was a featured vocalist on the GRAMMY® Award-winning supergroup USA For Africa charity single, "We Are The World," the eighth best-selling single of all time with over 20 million copies sold, alongside other music legends, such as Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Bruce Springsteen, and more. In 1987, Rogers earned his third GRAMMY® Award for the country and AC chart-topping duet "Make No Mistake, She's Mine" with Ronnie Milsap.