Cincinnati young lady group the Teardrops was formed in 1961 by 14-year-olds Dorothy “Sunni” Dyer and Linda Schroeder; by adding fellow Hughes SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL pupil Pat “Punkin” Strunk, the trio started regularly executing at local teenager clubs, with time coming to the interest of region musician and arranger Bud Reneau. In 1964, Reneau agreed upon the Teardrops to his Saxony Information, and after growing to a quartet by adding Wendy Sheriff, they documented their debut one, “Tonight I’m Gonna Fall in Like.” The record had not been only a local smash, nonetheless it topped graphs as a long way away such as Okinawa, Japan. “Contact Me and I’M GOING TO BE Happy” implemented in 1965 — even though the single highlighted Dyer’s business lead vocal, she still left the group immediately after and was changed by Tinker Smiddy. The Teardrops’ third one, “Tears Arrive Tumbling,” was afterwards released nationally for the Musicor imprint, which also released the group’s last one, 1966’s “I’ll Like You Dear Forever.” Both Strunk and Sheriff still left the lineup immediately after, although Dyer came back towards the fold to become listed on Smiddy, Bobbie Frost, and Susie Leight in the Teardrops’ last a few months. After finally dissolving in 1969, 2 decades afterwards the Teardrops gained cult position among Northern Spirit crowds using the previously unreleased stomper “Right here Shows up Loneliness.” Dyer, Schroeder, Sheriff, and Smiddy frequently performed reunion schedules in the years to check out, and in 2001, a revived Saxony label put together The Best from the Teardrops.