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Date: FEB. ?, 2012

A TT, POPS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA GALA CONCERT is officially 'in the works'. Tonis local, & very-successful concert, performed last summer ('10) has inspired Toni to perform once again in the Prescott, AZ area around the 2nd week of Feb, 2010..

Tickets should be available by April, 2011.

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Announcement Date:

Mar. 27, 2011

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Toni's local, & very-successful BIG BAND CONCERT, performed last summer ('10) has inspired Toni to perform once again in the, beautiful, local theatre on the Yavapai College campus: THE YAVAPAI COLLEGE PERFORMANCE HALL. - located in the city of Prescott, AZ

Tickets should be available by April 1, 2011.

Read more below..


Yavapai College Performance Hall
1100 East Sheldon St.
Prescott, AZ 86301
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Tickets will go on sale Monday, April, 2011.
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All Ticket prices: are $20 !!!!
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Box Office Info
Local phone (928) 776-2000
Toll free phone 877-928-4253
Phone orders taken Monday - Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Lobby hours are Thursday and Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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Online Ticket Sales
Convenience and service fees apply and are non-refundable
www.yc.edu/communityevents
OR
www.Tickets.com

A NOTE FROM TONI:
03/27/2011


Hi, everybody. I just concluded a very nice meeting with Paul Manz, Music Director and Conductor of the Prescott Pops Symphony. Some of you already know that I will be singing with them next February in a concert that celebrates the Centennial of Arizona and Valentine's Day in one evening of music.

The orchestra will do the first half featuring music of Arizona and the west. After intermission, I will do an evening of classic love songs by the great American composers, such as George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Harold Arlen, Sammy Cahn, etc. It will be a VERY romantic program with fabulous arrangements by Sammy Nestico and Billy Byers (also one of the great arrangers).

I asked Paul about the ticket situation so I could give all of you a heads up. It will be performed at Yavapai College Performance Hall just like my big band concert. The tickets are $20 each...for every seat in the house!!! A very fair price, I think.

Here's the deal.... in the first week of April, they will put the Prescott Pops Symphony season tickets on sale.... the season includes 3 concerts. The season tickets are $60. My concert will be sold as part of the season for a month. After that, they will sell individual concerts. If you want to get a good seat, you might want to consider a season ticket.

Paul said the best way to get tickets right now is to call Community Events ticket sales at the college. The number is 928 776 2000.

T he proceeds ALL go to music education.
Suggestionz: Check Community EventsTicket Ssales sometime in the next two weeks...even though the concert is months away!!!! (God...I'll be ANCIENT by then!!!!!).

Please let others know who might be interested. It should be a FUN evening of great music

TONI.....

 

 

 
 


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Date: APR. 1, 2010

A TT, BIG BAND Concert is officially 'in the works'. Toni's local, & very-successful concert, performed last summer ('09) has inspired Toni to perform once again in the Prescott, AZ area around the first week of fall, 2010..

Tickets should be available by May, 2010.

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Announcement Date: May. 1, 2010

Yes !!

- - a rare, TT, BIG BAND Concert is officially scheduled for Sept. 25th, 2010.

Toni's local, & very-successful BIG BAND CONCERT, via the Prescott Jazz Summit, performed last summer ('09) has inspired Toni to perform once again in a larger, beautiful, local theatre on the Yavapai College campus: THE YAVAPAI COLLEGE PERFORMANCE HALL. - located in the city of Prescott, AZ

Tickets should be available by May, 2010.

Read more below...

Yavapai College Performance Hall
1100 East Sheldon St.
Prescott, AZ 86301
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Tickets will go on sale Monday, May 10th
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Ticket prices: $40 (front row), $35, $30
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Box Office Info
Local phone (928) 776-2000
Toll free phone 877-928-4253
Phone orders taken Monday - Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Lobby hours are Thursday and Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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Online Ticket Sales
Convenience and service fees apply and are non-refundable
www.yc.edu/communityevents
OR
www.Tickets.com



Read the local Prescott, AZ newspaper article
Tennille / Big-Band Concert announcment here.. at -
The Daily Courier / The AZ Edge.

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Date: NOV. 2, 2009

ON NOV, 2nd, 2009, When patients at the local Prescott, AZ hospital receive a visit from a big, friendly Australian Shepherd therapy dog, they don't often notice that on the other end of the lead is '70s pop music icon Toni Tennille
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Tennille, 'Smoky' bring new smiles; hospital patients get regular visits from pop music icon, her dog...

By HEIDI DAHMS FOSTER, Special to the Courier
- BELOW PHOTO: BY: SIMON WICKES:
http://www.simonwickes.com/


Sunday, November 01, 2009

When patients at the Yavapai Regional Medical Center in Prescott receive a visit from a big, friendly Australian Shepherd therapy dog, they don't often notice that on the other end of the lead is '70s pop music icon Toni Tennille.
Singer Tennille and her husband, keyboard artist Daryl Dragon, together made up the Grammy-winning duo Captain and Tennille, earning five gold albums, six gold singles, two platinum albums and one platinum single.
At the hospital however, it's the happy personality and soft, shiny coat of "Smoky" that draws people's attention when the two enter the room. Then, Tennille said, about one out of eight patients say, "You look familiar!"..
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...READ THE ENTIRE, PRESCOTT COURIER NEWSPAPER ARTICLE, HERE....

 


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Date:
Jul. 29, 2009

ON AUG. 29th, 2009, TONI has planned a one hour (+) / NON-PROFIT, big band performance in her home-town, PRESCOTT, AZ. Try to attend !

Gala Concert !!
- 2009 Prescott Arizona Jazz Summit

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VIA THE ABOVE YOUTUBE VIDEO ...

Click to Catch Toni Performing 'LOVER' & 'MORE THAN YOU KNOW.



VISIT PRESCOTT JAZZ WEBSITE / FLYER HERE



Gala Concert
- 2009 Prescott Arizona Jazz Summit
Ruth Street Theater – Get MAP
AUG. 29, 2009 -7:30 PM
For more information --
Call 928-771-1268 or 925-872-1942
Or visit: www.prescottjazz.com



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TONI'S Preliminary List of Big Band Tunes to be Performed on AUG 29TH ...

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  • - WHAT A LITTLE MOONLIGHT CAN DO-David A. Kent and Jimmy Alan Stewart
  • - MAKING WHOOPEE-Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn
  • - JEEPERS CREEPERS-Johnny Mercer and Harry Warren
  • - PARDON MY SOUTHERN ACCENT-Johnny Mercer and Matty Malnick
  • - MEMPHIS IN JUNE - Hoagy Carmichael and Paul F. Webster
  • - MOONGLOW -Will Hudson, Eddie Delange and Morgan LewisI WISH I WERE INLOVE AGAIN-Rodgers and Hart
  • - THIS CAN’T BE LOVE-Rodgers and Hart
  • - SMILE - Charlie Chaplin (Guitar Only)
  • - TENDERLY - Walter Gross (Guitar Only)
  • - ALL RIGHT OKAY YOU WIN-Sidney Wyche and Mayme Watts
  • - BLUES IN THE NIGHT/COME RAIN OR COME SHINE-Arlen and Mercer
  • - DREAM-Johnny Mercer
  • - THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC-Arlen and Mercer
  • - FOR ALL WE KNOW - Sam M. Lewis and J. Fred Coots (Guitar Only)
  • - LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER-Sedaka an d Greenfield
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Date:
Feb 23, 2004

TONI DOES HER MUSICAL DUTY TO HER COUNTRY - Delivering a flawless performance in Washington D.C.

The U.S. AIR FORCE BAND / SYMPHONY - Shares the Stage with Toni.


There's only ONE WAY to describe the level of success that brought joy to attendees of the absolutely PACKED, Washington D.C. Audience, and that is, to now read what those concert goers wrote to Toni via Toni's FAN E-Mail.

YES: Read what fans were inspired to write in regards to this exhilerating concert, which even featured the inspired, masterful arrangement of AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL, arranged by Toni's famous 'father in law', ('the captain's father) Mr. Carmen Dragon.

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Subj: Air Force Band Concert was great!!!!
Date: Monday, February 23, 2004 9:19:15 AM
From: J---@comcast.net
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Hi Toni,
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The whole Air Force Band Concert on Sunday Feb 22 04 was just great.
You are now my favorite entertainer - you are a first rate class act - if only we could get more entertainers like yourself.
I liked everything you did - the rendition of "America, the Beautiful" - I thought was the best I'll ever hear. I wish I had a video of the performance to send to my parents who are now in their eighties.
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Best regards - John R.
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Reston, VA
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Subj: USAF Show, Washington, D.C.
Date: Monday, February 23, 2004 3:45:11 AM
From: B---
To: Tonifans
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I had the pleasure of seeing you Feb.22 at Constitution Hall in Wash.,D.C. It was one of the greatest "Big Band" shows I have ever seen.
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Your tribute to the service men overseas was first-rate. Again thank you very much. -
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Sincerely,
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Randy S. B.
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Subj: Hi
Date: Sunday, February 22, 2004 7:32:54 PM
From: T---@webtv.net
To: tonifans@aol.com

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Toni:
My name is Jim Lee and I saw you on sunday (2-22-04) in D.C. at Constitution Hall. I was in the third row in the center. Had an excellent view and took lots of pictures. I live in Maryland and have loved your music with The Captain. Your concert was excellent. I wished I could have met you after the show. I'll have to look into buying someone your new music. Thanks for coming back to D.C. I was sad that I could not see you last year because of the snow.
Please come back to the area some time.
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Jim

 
 


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Date:
Dec 21, 2003

TONI DOES GOOD FOR LOCAL 'Reno Chamber Orch'. A 'Live' CD is available !!

Tennille Headlines RCO Benefit Concert

Editorial
RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL
11/21/2003 11:48 pm


Tennille headlines benefit concert
Entertainer Toni Tennille, for headlining a benefit concert for the Reno Chamber Orchestra.

Tennille, the Nevada governor’s ambassador for the arts, and her husband, Daryl Dragon, also gave countless hours to promoting and preparing for the event, gave the RCO the use of their concert staff and came up with numerous creative ideas to make the event better, including a live CD recording that was available by order to concert-goers. Tennille also has done benefit concerts for the Reno Philharmonic and Nevada Opera.


Update:
RCO Live-Performance CD Available !

12/21/2003

A Special Note From Toni...

In early November of this year (2003) Daryl and I performed a benefit concert for the Reno Chamber Orchestra (RCO). The concert was held at the University of Nevada, Reno, at Nightingale Hall, a lovely, intimate 600 seat theatre.

The concert was a fabulous success, and raised much-needed funds for the RCO. Daryl and I arranged to have the concert professionally recorded, with proceeds from sales of the CDs to benefit the RCO.

A recording of the entire concert is now available in a two CD set. In the first CD, I sing many of my favorite songs written by great American composers such as George Gershwin and Johnny Mercer, accompanied by pianist and alto sax player, Matt Catingub, and bassist Hans Halt. Many of the songs I chose were requested by audience members in the weeks before the concert. Some of the songs on the first CD include MAKIN’ WHOOPEE, ZIPADEEDOODAH, SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY, I GOT IT BAD AND THAT AIN’T GOOD, SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME, and FOR ALL WE KNOW.

The second CD begins with four great standards, which were among the special requests I received, including Charlie Chaplin’s SMILE, and George Gershwin’s OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY. Then I introduce the “Special Guest Star” for the evening, Captain of the Keyboards, DARYL DRAGON!!! As usual, all bets are off once Daryl takes the stage! We performed many C&T favorites, including MUSKRAT LOVE, DO THAT TO ME ONE MORE TIME, LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER, and COME IN FROM THE RAIN. We also did a version of BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS, a special request from an audience member. We closed the concert with the song I wrote to close each one of our television shows, WE NEVER REALLY SAY GOODBYE. Some of you may remember that one.

Both CDs include everything heard from the stage that night, including all my talk about the songs, Daryl’s comments, and audience reaction, in addition to the music. It is the ONLY LIVE RECORDING we have ever done. I think you would really enjoy it, and the proceeds from the CD sales go to one of our favorite musical organizations here in northern Nevada, the Reno Chamber Orchestra.

The RCO Benefit Concert two-CD set is available only through the Reno Chamber Orchestra. It is not available in stores. Please call Fifi or Scott at the RCO office at 775 348 9413 for details. Hope you enjoy the concert!!!

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Date:
Oct 03, 2003

TONI'S 'MORE THAN YOU KNOW' CD available in local record stores around the U.S. in October, 2003!

CALLING ALL TONI FANS

Toni's CD entitled 'MORE THAN YOU KNOW'' CD has been licensed to the record company, 'Varese Sarabande Records'. This new release (originally released in 1984, also includes the majority of cuts from the '86 release of the album entitled 'ALL OF ME'. (cover appearing below...). READ ALL ABOUT IT HERE

This compilation of classic, big band masterpieces can be ordered through your local record store as well as online via TOWER RECORDS.com. Simply ask your store for the new 'More Than You Know' CD by Toni on 'Varese-Sarabande'. The official release date: October 16th, 2003.


 


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ALL OF ME CD / originally released in 1986. Read more about this new compilation release entitled 'MORE THAN YOU KNOW' HERE.
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Date
4/6/2003

Toni Delivers An Uplifting, Four Nights In Pittsburgh's 'Heinz Symphony Hall'.. with... BIG BAND !!!





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Date:
Sept 18, 2001

TONI'S 'INCURABLY ROMANTIC' CD now available in local record stores around the U.S.

CALLING ALL TONI FANS !!

Toni's CD entitled 'Incurably Romantic' CD has been licensed to the record company, 'Varese Sarabande Records', & can be ordered through your local record store as well as online via TOWER RECORDS.com. Simply ask your store for the new 'Incurably Romantic' CD by Toni on 'Varese-Sarabande'. The official release date was September 18th, 2001.

BONUS FOR FANS THAT PURCHASED THE CD ON THE ORIGINAL 'PUREBRED' LABEL:
- All those who purchased Toni's CD on her own label, 'Purebred Records' now have a collector's item, since this version of the CD is not allowed to be sold as of September 18th.


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Date:
Sept 17, 2001

TONI'S 'MOONGLOW" CD was available at CDBaby.com !!

CALLING ALL TONI FANS (...again) !!

Toni's classic CD entitled 'MOONGLOW' - on Purebred Records - which is a compilation of Toni's two, previously released, 'Big Band' CD's entitled 'MORE THAN YOU KNOW', & 'ALL OF ME', has been re-released & made available via the secure, internet-only CD-Sales outlet called 'CDBABY.com'. This CD is NOT available in retail record-sales outlets.

NOTICE: As of August, 2003, the above 'Moonglow' CD is no longer available via CD Baby, or anywhere else. If you have a copy, it's now considered a 'collector' CD. Congrats !!





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Date
Sept. 15, 2001

SYMPHONY PERFORMANCE REVIEW:

Music Reviews
Sep 16, 2001 -
Toni Tennille Sings for a Perfect Nevada Opera Season Opener

By Jack Neal

Before a capacity audience Saturday night (9/15/2001) at Reno's Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, songstress Toni Tennille set exactly the right tone for an American public recovering from the tragic loss of thousands of its fellow citizens.

The question about whether the show should go on following so much devastation and heartache after last Tuesday's acts of terror in New York and Washington, D.C., was answered with the simple notion that it was time for healing by coming together and sharing. Nearly a half century ago, actress Helen Hayes made a comment about the closing of Seattle's Metropolitan Theater that seems somehow appropriate at this defining moment in U.S. History. "There's no place in a community," Miss Hayes said, "save perhaps a church, where so much fellowship takes place among people as in a theater."

And so Saturday's concert of fellowship went on, as it should have. Miss Tennille sang nearly two dozen songs with the inimitable, smoky, band-singer style for which she always manages to go a step or two beyond sensational. Using a huge number of Sammy Nestico arrangements for a host of great American songs - by Gershwin, Mercer, Arlen, Kahn. to name but a few - the tall, trim singer, dressed in a gorgeous white satin, off-the-shoulder beaded gown, held a love fest of song with an audience that absorbed it all with a love that radiated back across the footlights in one of a lifetime's most memorable evening's of music.

It was Nevada Opera's season kick-off concert and it was perfect in every way. From the graciousness and talents of Miss Tennille, to the extraordinary pianistic fireworks of Nevada Opera Artistic Director Robin Andrew Stamper, who played a knockout and rapturous Gershwin Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra, everything was just right. The sumptuous 72-piece symphony orchestra, with a full sax and rhythm section to boot, brought back memories of the lavish sounds of MGM musicals and the rich, soaring arrangements that helped make Frank Sinatra one of the world's most endearing singers.

If all those superb things weren't enough, Tennille accompanist pianist Kathy Rubbicco, who made the Washoe County Community Concerts Steinway concert grand sound like a symphony orchestra by itself, was all things in all ways to all the songs performed. She's simply a superb musician and pianist. The Nevada Opera Orchestra, already enhanced, was made even more spectacular by the presence of showbiz drummer Tony Savage and rhythm bassist Hans Halt. Rusty Higgins conducted. He's a major show-business conductor who did complete justice to all the orchestra played, including conducting the Gershwin as a stand-in for Stamper's scheduled conductor (who could not make it to Reno because of air traffic restrictions) for a robust collaboration with the pianist for the Concerto in F.

The concert was filled with thrill after thrill, but nothing quite like the not-a-dry-eye-in-the-house burst of patriotism seeing the flag of the United States carried on stage by a young man in uniform. The rousing performance of the "Star Spangled Banner," as played by the orchestra and sung with pride and passion by an audience spontaneously turned into something akin to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will never be forgotten by those who experienced it.

Nor will anything else be soon, if ever, forgotten. The Gerswhin, one of the most truly American piano works in concerto form, was given the jaunty, brash kind of lusty performance a young, sure-of-himself George Gerswhin might have engendered. Mr. Stamper brought the work's formidable keyboard virtuosity off without a hitch and with tremendous flair. Given the pianist's age, not much older than Gerswhin when the Concerto in F was introduced, and confident, upbeat temperament, it was as if Gershwin himself had honored Saturday's audience with his presence.

"An Evening with Toni Tennille" had it all, including the star herself. "Incurably Romantic," a Sammy Kahn tune and the title of Tennille's new CD, was hushed, velvety smooth, and - incurably romantic. "Fascinatin' Rhythm," in a blazing Sammy Nestico setting, was given a finger-snappin' flippant nonchalance that drove to the tune's spunky rhythmic nitch with verve. Tennille's masterful and seductive "Blues in the Night." was nothing short of splendid, a torment of full-throated Sarah Vaughan sound. She infused "Guess Who I Saw Today?" - in fact all she sang - with a personal intensity that comes as much from her experience as a mature woman who has experienced the dents and bruises of life as from her throat. She's a formidable singing actress

Daryl Dragon, the keyboard half of the Captain and Tennille team (the couple was married in 1975), also made an appearance. When he backs his wife without clowning, as he did with Melissa Manchester's "Come in From the Rain." his extensive talent shows. Poignantly and quietly, "Come in from the Rain" - the evening's underlying theme for healing in a time of trouble and sorrow - ended a concert that was as fresh and right as a cleansing summer rain.

Nevada Opera's 2001-2002 season includes a double bill of Puccini's "Sister Angelica" and Leoncavallo's "I Pagliacci" November 2 and 4, 2001, Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" February 15 and 17, 2002, and Bizet's "Carmen" May 3, 5 and 7, 2002. For information call 775-786-4046.


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REUTERS:
Date
Tuesday June 5 11:46 AM ET

Tuesday June 5 11:46 AM ET
Toni Tennille Re-Emerges with 'Incredible Romantic'
By Doug Young

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - ``Muskrat Love'' it ain't. More than 20 years after wowing America with feel-good pop tunes like ''Love Will Keep Us Together'' and ``Do That to Me One More Time,'' Toni Tennille has a new CD out packed with unlikely standards like ``It Could Happen to You'' and ``I've Got a Crush on You.''

``Incurably Romantic'' is her first CD in about a decade and reflects her recent preference for old standards that have made up the bulk of her work since her heyday performing with husband Daryl Dragon, also known as the Captain in the 1970s.

With only Tennille's vocals and a piano for accompaniment in each of its 15 songs, ``Incurably Romantic'' is perhaps best described as Toni Tennille as most people have never heard her before. Mellow is a word that aptly captures the mood.

``A lot of music today is very explicit, very angry,'' she said in a phone interview from her home in northern Nevada. ''It's sexual instead of sensual. I thought I would like to do something that was quiet and intimate, something that appeals to the finer part of our human nature. ... I wanted it to be about love and the love experience.''

Tennille admits she has come a long way since her days of easy-listening rock 'n' roll as the singing half of the Captain and Tennille. The husband-wife duo was still touring, performing songs from their pop music past, until as late as last year, but Tennille said those days are over now.
She said she has no regrets about her pop music past and realizes she was one of a long string of performers who had a day in the sun before being replaced by the next big thing.

POP ICONS OF THE '70s

Tennille and Dragon, her longtime music mate who also produced ``Incurably Romantic,'' rode a huge wave of success in the 1970s that began when they burst on the scene with ``Love Will Keep Us Together'' in 1975.

They went on to record a string of top 40 hits including ''The Way That I want to Touch You,'' ``Lonely Night (Angel Face)'' and ``Shop Around'' before landing their own variety show on ABC. They scored their final hit, ``Do That To Me One More Time,'' in 1979 before fading from the popular music scene.

``Pop music really is what is happening at the time,'' Tennille said. ``There are very, very few artists who can transcend decade after decade like Elton John, who has always been there with something. When we first started having hits in 1975, we knew it would be our time and then it would be the next artist's time. We were very fortunate for what we had.''

``Incurably Romantic'' was a labor of love that was 10 years in the making, Tennille said. In choosing songs, she said, she went through hundreds of songs from her extensive collection -- her father was a big-band singer -- and finally narrowed the list to the 15.

``I have to percolate these things really slowly,'' she said. It's almost like a 10 year pregnancy for me. ... When I was doing it, I thought of honoring each of these great composers that wrote these songs. All of them I've known for years.''

She said she also finds the standards more substantive than today's pop music: ``This stuff, there's more attention to lyric detail. There was more of a craft and art to lyric writing in those days. Today it's all 'Get down, baby, and let's do it.'''

Like the title of her new album, Tennille herself comes across as something of an incurable romantic at times.``I had in mind when I put this together that two people might be listening to it with a bottle of wine and a scented candle burning in some romantic place,'' she said. But don't be fooled, she added.

``I'm starting on a companion piece to 'Incurably Romantic' in the fall,'' she said. ``I had an idea from the beginning that the first (CD) would be the positive aspects of love and the second would be (songs about) love gone wrong.''

Tennille said she has not chosen songs for the second CD yet but she hopes to have it out sometime next spring.

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8/31/98 - 6/30/99

THEATRE
In 1998 & 1999 Toni starred in the First National Tour of the Broadway musical VICTOR/VICTORIA. In the lead role of Victoria Grant, reviewers said of her performance, “Contralto Toni Tennille makes “Victor/Victoria” her own.”... “Tennille glitters, whether she’s in a tux or in sequins.”... “Toni Tennille is a strong lead with a smoldering, velvety voice.”
GO TO More Victor/Victoria Links:
TT's History In Theatre
Victor/Victoria Touring Dates



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