Jimmy is delighted to welcome Paul Harrington from Dublin to share the music and memories. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones who made it to St. John’s Newfoundland in October 2016 for the unforgettable night of Remembrance, a Derek Harrington Tribute, now’s your chance! Paul will be performing with Frank Morrissey and Harry Beatly of Celtic Cross, along with Jimmy Carton for two shows:
Thursday, July 5th: 8 pm to 12 pm
The Tara Inn – 2365 Kingston Rd, Toronto
Sunday, July 8th: 4 pm to 8 pm
Muckish Irish – 74 Hymus Rd, Toronto
If you’ve never heard Paul perform, here’s a small clip from this amazing performer:
Join Jimmy at McVeigh’s Irish Pub (aka New Windsor House) at 124 Church Street, Toronto on December 10 at 3 pm for a show to kick off the Christmas season. Seating is limited so get your tickets early. Click the ‘Buy Now’ tab here on the website to reserve your tickets (open seating – no reserved tables)
Mark your calendar now to join Jimmy as he and Paul Harrington pay tribute to the memory of 40 years of music that Jimmy enjoyed with Derek. Derek’s brother Paul will join Jimmy, along with other wonderful musicians, on stage at the Delta Inn on Glower Ave in St. Johns Newfoundland on Saturday, Oct 8 at 8 pm. Book your trip now and enjoy Thanksgiving weekend in Newfoundland for this unforgettable concert.
Come and join Jimmy at the Friends of Sinn Féin (Canada) Inc. 1916 Rising Centenary Commemoration Dinner. After the dinner Jimmy Carton will perform in concert with Canada’s Maritime favourites – Evans and Doherty. This is a once ever show that you don’t want to miss. Here are the details:
It is with great sadness that we say good bye to our long-time friend, Derek Harrington. Jimmy performed with Derek on and off for close to 40 years. Derek died at the too-young age of 66 years old at his adopted home of St. John’s Newfoundland on 22 February, leaving behind a legacy of music that will live on long into the future. In the words of Hamlet:
Thanks to all who attended Jimmy’s show on December 13th at McVeigh’s. People came from as far as Windsor and Ottawa to attend. The crowd was enthusiastic and welcoming as always, and Jimmy was in fine voice.