Captain & Tennille PhotoVibrant, relentlessly upbeat harmonies made Captain (born Daryl Dragon, Aug. 27, 1942) & Tennille (born Toni Tennille, May 8, 1943) stars during the latter half of the '70s. Dragon, dubbed the "Captain" because of his distinctive headgear, had played keyboards with the Beach Boys prior to teaming with his wife. Their first hit on A&M, the buoyant "Love Will Keep Us Together," was a million-selling chart-topper in 1975, and a reissue of their 1974 single "The Way I Want to Touch You" also went gold.

The couple hung three more gold records in their den in 1976 "Lonely Night (Angel Face)," "Shop Around," and Willis Alan Ramsey's "Muskrat Love" and that was enough for ABC-TV to install them as hosts of their own variety program. "Do That to Me One More Time" was the last #1 item for the pair in 1979. ~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide