Restless Heart is an American country music band that got together in 1984. They were one of the top groups, charting songs that crossed over from country, to pop, to adult contemporary.

The group was created in 1984 by Nashville producer Tim DuBois. He used them to record demos of songs he had written. They released their self-titled album that same year and it only had eight songs on it, four of which were singles.

Two years later, Restless Heart release their second album "Wheels", which would be their breakthrough album. It produced four straight number one songs country songs, "That Rock Won't Roll", "I'll Still Be Loving You", "Why Does It Have To Be (Wrong or Right)" and the title track "Wheels".

In 1988, their third album, "Big Dreams In A Small Town" produced two more number one hits, "The Bluest Eyes In Texas" and "A Tender Lie".

In the early 90's the band started to disband. Lead singer Larry Stewart left to pursue a solo career and by 1994 the rest of the members went their own way.

But in 2002 the members reunited and recorded an album in 2004, but it only garnered one hit song. They did release a live album called "25 and Live" in 2007 through their website.

So sit back as we go back and enjoy one of the best from Restless Heart.