Tiny Tim had diabetes.
Tim was buried with his ukulele and a single Tulip.
At one point in time Tim toured with "The Great American Circus" in the 1980's.
Later in his career Tim only sang "Tulips" in his falsetto voice. The rest of his performance was done in his natural "Baritone" voice.
One time while Tim was staying at Caesar's Palace, a famous hotel in Las Vegas, he decided to have fun and order one of everything on their menu.
No matter the size of his audience be it one or several thousand, Tim always gave a stellar performance.
Tim had a daughter born May 10, 1971 named Tulip Victoria.
Tim suffered from Congestive Heart Failure in the last years of his life.
The last song Tim sang before he died was "Tip Toe Thru the Tulips With Me" before he collapsed on stage.
When Tim and Miss Vicki married their wedding was broadcast nationwide on the The Tonight Show and had over 35 million viewers.
Tim's most famous recording was "Tip Toe Thru the Tulips With Me" which hit #17 on the charts in 1968.
Tim's trademark was playing the ukulele and singing in a very high falsetto voice.
Tim married Sue Gardner on August 18, 1995. They were married until his death in 1996. To this day, Sue is still petitioning to get him into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Tim married Miss Jan Alweis Kaury on June 26, 1984 and they stayed married until 1995 when they divorced.
Tim married Vicki Budinger on December 17, 1969 and they were divorced in 1977.
Tim was 6'1" tall and very slender.
Tim was born Herbert Butros Khaury.
Tim passed away on November 30, 1996 from Cardiac Arrest. He was buried in Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Tim was born in New York City, NY.
Tiny Tim: I'd love to see Christ come back to crush the spirit of hate and make men put down their guns. I'd also like just one more hit single.
Tiny Tim: If at a show, I sing one or two songs from that time period (1920s), in the style of that singer... if I feel I did the singers justice, and it magnifies to the crowd and the audience connects to me... when they think they're coming out to see 'Tiptoe Thru the Tulips' and they hear something from 70 years ago that hits them in the heart... that's what has kept me alive.
Tiny Tim: (on old American popular songs from the beginning of the century) They put love on an angelic throne. Love is the same today, except it's gone down to a more debased situation. Too many do's and don'ts. I want to thrill the audience with these songs from the days of the Victrola. You know, everyone talks of black man's soul, rhythm, and blues. No one talks about the white man's soul. The white man's soul, in music, was songs like 'In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree' and 'Give My Regards to Broadway.'