|1||Queen of the Silver Dollar|
|2||Don't Throw It All Away|
|3||That's The Way Love Should Be|
|4||I'm Gonna Love You|
|5||I'm Knee Deep In Loving You|
|6||The Door Is Always Open|
|7||Somebody Wake Me|
|9||Baby Take Your Coat Off|
|10||New York Wine and Tennessee Shine|
|11||Can't Help But Wonder|
|12||My World Begins And Ends With You|
Dave & Sugar was a pop-styled country music trio that enjoyed its peak success in the mid- to late-1970s. It consisted of lead singer Dave Rowland and initially on backing vocalists, Vicki Hackeman and Jackie Frantz. Over time, the female members of the group changed: Frantz was replaced by Sue Powell in 1977, who in turn was replaced by Jamie Jaye in 1980, while Hackeman was replaced by Melissa Dean in 1979. Overall, Dave & Sugar charted 16 times on the Billboard country charts, including three No. 1 hits: "The Door Is Always Open", "Tear Time" and "Golden Tears". Powell also had two chart singles outside the group.
The trio was fronted by Dave Rowland (born January 26, 1942 in Los Angeles, California), while the "Sugar" part was composed of two female vocalists. The "Sugar" lineup changed several times during the group's run of success, and the original singers were Jackie Frantz and Vicki Hackeman.