Toni Tennille (born May 8, 1943, in Montgomery, Alabama) is one-half of the 1970s singing group Captain & Tennille. She attended Sidney Lanier High School in Montgomery, Alabama, and later sang with the big band music group, the Auburn Knights, at Auburn University when she was a student there.
She became famous when she and her husband, the Captain, aka Daryl Dragon, both keyboard players emerged in the early 1970s with their big summer-1975 hit, "Love Will Keep Us Together", along with other hits, "Muskrat Love" and their final hit in 1980, "Do that to Me One More Time". Tennille is also credited with vocals on Pink Floyd's magnum opus, The Wall.
Ms. Dragon is a "distinguished alumnus" of Auburn University.
They are still married after thirty years.