Tim was a singer and composer of such hits as “If I Were a Carpenter,” “Reason to Believe,” “Hang On to a Dream,” “Misty Roses,” and “Tippy-Toein’.
Tim died of a heroin overdose on December 29, 1980 at the age of 39.
Tim Hardin Discography
1966 – Tim Hardin 1
1967 – Tim Hardin 2
1967 – This Is Tim Hardin
1968 – Tim Hardin 3 Live in Concert
1969 – Tim Hardin 4
1969 – The Best of Tim Hardin
1969 – Suite for Susan Moore and Damion – We Are One, One, All in One
1971 – Bird on a Wire
1972 – Painted Head
1973 – Nine
1981 – Unforgiven
Twin Oaks Cemetery
Turner OR 97392
The world didn’t realize what a musical treasure it had lost with the passing of the great Tim Hardin your greatest fan Kevin Atkinson Eastman,Ga.
When Tim Hardin passed, we lost an icon and now an angel. He was one of the few that was the root of it all.
I was lucky to literally bump into him in the doorway of the Whiskey in LA around February 1966?
The Illinois Speed Press also played that night with
Paul Cotton and Peter Green on guitars, it would be one of the greatest nights of music I had ever witnessed in my life. I was numb When I left the Whiskey that night. I will never forget Tim Hardin. I still Think of that night when I listen to his music.
I miss him dearly.