|Birth name||Maria Antoinette Rubio|
September 22, 1927|
|Died||February 10, 1990
San Joaquin, California)
|Genres||Vocal jazz, swing|
|Labels||Black & White Records|
|Associated acts||Earle Spencer|
Toni Aubin (née Maria Antoinette Rubio; 22 September 1927 Antioch, California – 10 February 1990 San Joaquin) was an American female jazz vocalist. She is most known as a featured singer with Earle Spencer and His Orchestra. Aubin recorded with Spencer, the Louis Ohls Orchestra out of Arkadelphia, and the Phil Carreon Big Band out of Los Angeles.
Her stage name is that of the French composer Tony Aubin.
- Earle Spencer and His Orchestra, Black & White Records
- Recorded February 7, 1949, Hollywood, California
- BW732-1: Sunday afternoon, Toni Aubin (vocalist), Paul Nelson (arranger)
Both of Rubio's parents were U.S. Citizens born in Spain. She was married for a short time to Howard Ansley Phillips (1929–2010) who, from 1947 to 1949, played baritone saxophone with the Spencer Orchestra. She gave birth to a girl in 1951, but gave her up for adoption (identity and whereabouts unknown). She also had a son, Ian Charles Phillips (born 30 Sep 1949 Pasadena, California), whom she raised.
In 1954, she married Jack Stanley Lanning (1923–2000) with whom she remained married until her death.