Moondog Tee
Moondog Tee

Moondog Tee

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Louis Thomas Hardin (May 26, 1916 – September 8, 1999), known as Moondog, was a blind American composer, musician, poet, and inventor of several musical instruments. In New York, he stood on 6th Ave wearing a cloak and Viking helmet, sometimes busking or selling music, but often just standing silent and still. He named himself “Moondog” after a howling dog.

The Beatles, originally called the Moondogs, changed their group’s name out of respect for Hardin. Janis Joplin recorded a song written by Moondog, and the Band titled an album after him. He released over a dozen albums of modernist classical music.

“Having healthy-wealthy possibility amounts to nothing, if you do not know that every minute counts.”

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