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Brenda & the Tabulations were an R&B group formed in 1966 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, originally composed of Brenda Payton, Eddie Jackson, Maurice Coates and Jerry Jones. The group changed its line-up around 1971, with two female backing singers (Pat Mercer and Deborah Martin) brought in to support Payton.

The group had a series of hits in the late 1960s and early 1970s, mainly in the U.S. soul charts. However, two were big U.S. pop hits, the self-penned "Dry Your Eyes" (U.S. #20) and later "Right On The Tip Of My Tongue", (U.S. #23), the latter written and produced by Van McCoy. They released three albums, Dry Your Eyes (1967), Brenda and the Tabulations (1970) and I Keep Coming Back for More (1977).

Brenda Payton died in 1992.source