Among Dorff’s #1’s are “Every Which Way But Loose” by Eddie Rabbitt, “Through the Years” by Kenny Rogers and “I Just Fall in Love Again” by Anne Murray.

Multiple Grammy and Emmy nominee Steve Dorff has written more than 20 Top 10 pop and country hits and many film and TV themes throughout his career. Among Dorff’s #1’s are “Every Which Way But Loose” by Eddie Rabbitt, “Through the Years” by Kenny Rogers and “I Just Fall in Love Again” by Anne Murray. Two other Dorff #1’s, “Heartland” and “I Cross My Heart”, were written for George Strait’s 1992 film Pure Country, later adapted for the Broadway stage. Dorff also scored films including Annabelle’s Wish, Tin Cup, Michael, Blast From The Past and Dudley Do-Right, with TV themes and scores including Growing Pains, Murphy Brown, Murder She Wrote, Alien Nation, Major Dad, Elvis [the mini-series] and Spencer For Hire. Other artists who have recorded Dorff’s songs include Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Glen Campbell, Dusty Springfield, Ray Charles, Melissa Manchester, Karen Carpenter, Roy Rogers, Whitney Houston, and Vanessa Williams.