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Dragon , born August 27, in Los Angeles, was the son of conductor Carmen Dragon ; his mother was a singer. He studied piano while growing up and briefly attended California State University at Northridge before dropping out to form an instrumental jazz trio with his brothers called the Dragons. In , Dragon became a touring backup musician for the Beach Boys. He was dubbed " Captain Keyboard " by lead singer Mike Love because he always appeared on-stage in a yachting cap.
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They hosted their own television variety series on ABC in — In , Toni Tennille was the co-writer of an ecology-themed musical, Mother Earth. Dragon was between tours when he heard about the opening, met Tennille in San Francisco to audition, and landed the gig. Dragon later reciprocated by recommending Tennille to the Beach Boys when the band needed an additional keyboardist, and they hired her. She toured with them for a year, and has since been known as the Beach Boys' one and only "Beach Girl. Realizing their collaborative potential when the tour was over, Tennille and Dragon began performing as a duo at the Smokehouse Restaurant in Encino, California. They started to become popular in the Los Angeles area, and their early version of the Tennille-penned "The Way I Want to Touch You" became popular on a local radio station. The duo successfully mined the Sedaka songbook a number of times over their chartmaking career. Tennille and Dragon included renditions of several other Sedaka songs on their albums. Tennille and Dragon married on November 11,