Shaped in 1975 by charismatic L.A. program vocalist and ex-Charley Satisfaction sideman Dave Rowland, Dave and Sugars (which also included co-lead performers Jackie Frantz and Vicki Hackman, later on Baker) was a slick sounding, soulful vocal trio that throughout their heyday was tagged “the united states ABBA.” Although their profession was very much shorter resided than that of Bjorn and staff, Dave and Glucose did talk about the Swedish group’s knack for catchy music, sparkling creation, and full, wealthy, male/feminine vocal agreements. Rowland was a skilled and formally educated musician, having toured not merely with Satisfaction and vocal group the Four Men, but also as an associate from the Stamps Quartet, which supported Elvis Presley, amongst others. After putting your signature on on with Pride’s administration group, Dave and Glucose shot right to the main just right the country graphs using their first one, “THE ENTRANCEWAY Is Always Open up,” a generating, lushly produced monitor which expertly mixed Rowland’s resonant baritone with Frantz and Baker’s soaring harmonies. Two successive singles, “I’m Gonna Like You” (which also strike number 1), and “Don’t Toss EVERYTHING Away,” utilized the same simple formulation as “THE ENTRANCEWAY Is Always Open up,” and in addition became huge strikes in 1976-77. These singles had been put together with eight various other songs, like the stirring “Queen from the Sterling silver Dollar” to create up Dave and Sugar’s initial, self-titled LP. However the group had other semi-successful singles, that have been collected on the Greatest Hits record in the past due ’70s, Dave and Glucose were never in a position to follow-up their initial achievement and, despite a string of quality pop-country chart-toppers, are usually seen as a one-hit wonder.