Toni Tennille, the vocal half of the 1970s pop duo the Captain & Tennille, talks about a White House command performance that went hilariously wrong during the Ford administration in 1976. The Captain & Tennille book ended the second half of the ’70s with No. 1 singles “Love Will Keep Us Together” and the Tennille-written “Do That To Me One More Time.”
Toni Tennille, the vocal half of the 1970s pop duo the Captain & Tennille, talks about a White House command performance that went hilariously wrong during the Ford administration in 1976. The Captain & Tennille book ended the second half of the ’70s with No. 1 singles “Love Will Keep Us Together” and the Tennille-written “Do That To Me One More Time.” HOWARD COHEN hcohen@miamiherald.com
Toni Tennille, the vocal half of the 1970s pop duo the Captain & Tennille, talks about a White House command performance that went hilariously wrong during the Ford administration in 1976. The Captain & Tennille book ended the second half of the ’70s with No. 1 singles “Love Will Keep Us Together” and the Tennille-written “Do That To Me One More Time.” HOWARD COHEN hcohen@miamiherald.com

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