Dennis Dragon is one of five children born to noted Hollywood symphony conductor and composer Carmen Dragon and his soprano singer/wife, Eloise Dragon. Dennis started playing drums at age five; his brothers Daryl Dragon and Doug Dragon accompanied him on keyboards. One of the first bands Dragon was a member of, was "The Malibu Music Men Plus One"; this particular group also featured a young Natalie Cole as a singer. His first paying gig was performing with his two brothers at a wedding reception at age twelve. Read more... resulted in the Grammy Award-winning hit song, "Love Will Keep Us Together" (his brother Daryl is the Captain). Among the people Dennis has worked, as an engineer and producer, for are Lou Adler, Carole King, Johnny Rivers and Cheech & Chong. Moreover, Dragon has worked professionally as a drummer and percussionist for over thirty years, both on the road and in the studio, for such artists as The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Captain & Tennille, Neil Young and Rick Springfield. In addition, Dennis has also shot and edited industrial videos, TV commercials, and music videos. In 1976, Dragon and fellow musician Drew Steele formed the zany tongue-in-cheek rock group, the Surf Punks; the band was signed to Epic Records in 1980 and went on to enjoy a wild ten-year run. In 1984, Dennis co-created, produced and directed the regional California music television variety program "Locals Only". He now runs the interactive recording studio complex, the Dragon Family Foundation for the Recording Arts and Sciences, in southern Oregon.