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Tiny Tim (orig. Herbert Buckingham Khaury)

Born: 1932 AD
Currently alive, at 83 years of age.

Nationality: Unknown
Categories: Musicians, Singer


1932 – He was born on the 12th day of April this year in New York City.


1914 – He wrote another notable song it was a cover of "Stay Down Here Where You Belong", written by Irving Berlin to protest the Great War.


1968 - His first album, God Bless Tiny Tim, was released. It contained a version of his signature song “Tiptoe through the Tulips”, which was a hit when released as a single. He also appeared on the Beatles Christmas record exclusively issued to their fan club, singing "Nowhere Man."


1969 – He married Victoria May Budinger ("Miss Vicki") on The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, a publicity stunt that attracted 40 million viewers.


1970 - He performed at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 in front of a crowd of 600,000 people. His performance, which included English folk songs and rock and roll classics, was a huge hit with the multinational throng of hippies.


1985 - He resorted to joining the Alan C Hill circus.


1995 - He sang, "There'll Always Be an England" through a megaphone which brought the huge crowd to its feet. This can be seen in the event of, Message to Love.


1996 - He suffered a heart attack on the 30th day of November this year and cost his life.


2000 - The Rhino Handmade label released the posthumous Tiny Tim Live at the Royal Albert Hall.

















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