Daryl Dragon Biography – Daryl Dragon Wiki
Daryl Dragon full name Daryl Frank Dragon, was an American musician and songwriter. He was also known as Captain from the pop musical duo Captain & Tennille with his then wife, Toni Tennille.
Daryl Dragon Age
He was born on August 27, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, United States. He died on January 2, 2019 in Prescott, Arizona, U.S aged 76.
Daryl Dragon Wife
Dragon and Toni Tennille met in 1971 when she hired him to play piano for a musical called “Mother Earth.” They married in 1975. Tennille filed for divorce from Dragon on January 16, 2014, after 39 years of marriage. The divorce was finalized in July 2014.
They remained close friends.
Daryl Dragon Children
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Daryl Dragon Divorce
His then wife, Toni Tennille filed for divorce from Dragon in the State of Arizona on January 16, 2014, after 39 years of marriage. Dragon stated he was unaware of this until he was served with the divorce papers.
On January 23, 2014, The Washington Post reported health insurance related to health issues might be the reason for the divorce, as both issues had been referenced in divorce documents filed with the courts. Tennille had reported on her blog in 2010 her husband’s neurological condition was characterized by such extreme tremors he could no longer play keyboards.
The divorce was finalized in July 2014. In her memoirs, Tenille described their marriage as loveless and lacking physical affection.
On April 12, 2016, while appearing on The Today Show, Tennille confirmed her divorce from Dragon was finalized, and stated that the reason for the divorce was Dragon’s “inability to be affectionate”.
Daryl Dragon Death
He died on January 2, 2019 in Prescott, Arizona, U.S aged 76.
Daryl Dragon Cause of Death
He died of renal failure.
Daryl Dragon Net Worth
He had an net worth of $4.5 million.
Daryl Dragon Family
He was born into a musical family as the son of Eloise (Rawitzer) and conductor, composer, and arranger Carmen Dragon. His younger brother Dennis Dragon, was a member of the 1960s pop combo The Dragons and the 1980s surf band the Surf Punks. He is survived by his older brother Doug and two nieces, Kelly Arbout and Renee Henn.