Billy Ray Cyrus will forever be known for the catchy, lightweight single "Achy Breaky Heart," which became a line-dancing anthem upon its release in 1992. "Achy Breaky Heart" made Cyrus famous, but it also proved to be his undoing as he failed to replicate its success with future releases. Cyrus' music was never particularly innovative -- it owed as much to the country-rock of the Eagles as it did to the new traditionalism of George Strait and the new country of Clint Black and Garth Brooks -- but his musical worth became irrelevant in the wake of the success of "Achy Breaky Heart" and its accompanying album, Some Gave All. The album became a crossover success on the strength of its chief single, shining a spotlight on Cyrus, whose handsome, hunky good looks only furthered his appeal. However, both his good looks and the single were soon forgotten, and just two years after Some Gave All ruled the airwaves, Cyrus virtually disappeared from both the pop and country charts. He spent a decade as part of the long history of one-hit wonders, only to return to chart success in the wake of his daughter Miley's popular TV show, Hannah Montana, in 2007.