’69 Woodstock Performers, Where Are They Now Part 2 Of 3 – Tim Hardin [VIDEO]
Post Woodstock, Tim produced and released four albums and none of them did very well at all but his best claim to fame is being a songwriter.Tim is credited as penning the songs, “If I Was a Carpenter”, a song covered by many, in fact; hits for both Johnny and June Carter Cash and Bobby Darrin. Tim also wrote, “Reason To Believe” (Rod Stewart).
The ’70’s was a rough time for Tim going back and forth from the U.S. to the U.K. as within that time frame he became addicted to some pretty hard drugs.
Tim Hardin lost his life in 1980 due to an overdose of Morphine and Heroin, he was 39.
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Tim Hardin live at Woodstock, “If I Were A Carpenter”:
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