Nashville comes to Harrington

Tim & Myles Thompson to perform at Club Harrington Friday, October 14

The Harrington & Area Community Association is proud to host Nashville’s Tim Thompson – 2008 International Finger Style Guitar Champion, along with his violin and mandolin playing singer/songwriter son Myles Thompson – in concert Friday, October 14th.

Philip D.Kerr, chair of the Harrington Community Association, and a renowned musical theatre tenor, with credits such as Les Miserables and Cats, states “The Association is thrilled to welcome the dynamic and award-winning father and son team of musicians for an evening that will run the gamut of popular music”.

The concert will be held in the intimate candle-lit setting of Club Harrington – located at Harrington Hall, 539 Victoria St., in the scenic village of Harrington, Ont. Harrington is located just 15 minutes southwest of Stratford, and 25 minutes northwest of Woodstock. The concert starts at 8:00 pm, doors open at 7:30 pm. Advance tickets are $15 per person and are available online at eventbrite.ca, via email: hacamusic@gmail.com or by calling 519-475-4834. There will be a cash bar, snacks, 50/50 draw and door prizes. Proceeds of this event will support community projects such as the ongoing restoration of the historic Harrington Grist Mill.

Tim & Myles Thompson have been inspiring audiences with recent performances that include the Montreal Jazz Festival, Walnut Valley Festival, Sisters Folk Festival, Pagosa Folk ‘n Bluegrass Festival, and the Chet Atkins Festival and they have polished their craft to a fine lustre. The duo has opened for Spyro Gyra, Don Williams, Mountain Heart, Richard Elliot, and have been doing many 2016 tour dates with Wynonna and the Big Noise. The unique relationship of a father and son cannot be argued nor explained, but when the relationship includes musical passion, virtuosity and showmanship – magic happens! No one music genre totally encompasses the Thompson’s repertoire. Is it acoustic rock? Pop? Country? Celtic? Jazz? Funk? The simple answer is yes to all of the above. For more information visit their website: www.timandmylesthompson.com The Harrington & Area Community Association has a long history of supporting it’s community. For more information about us please visit our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Harrington-Community-Association or send us an email: haca@oxford.net.

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