The Teardrops

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The Teardrops were a local Cincinnati girl-group formed in 1961 by two friends, Dorothy Dyer and Linda Schroeder, (both girls were 14 years of age at the time). They later added two additional members and began performing at local teen venues in Cincinnati. They were soon spotted by musician/arranger Bud Reneau, who introduced them to his partner, songwriter, Paul Trefzger. The group signed with Bud and Paul's Saxony Records in 1964. The quartet recorded "Tonight I'm Gonna Fall In Love” in

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