Tom Jones is a Welsh soul pop singer from Treforest, Pontypridd, best known for hits such as Delilah, and It’s Not Unusual.
His legendary career has spanned six decades, and he has collaborated on songs with a long list of top artists including Stereophonics, Catatonia and Mousse T, all of which have helped to increase his popularity even further with a whole new generation of fans. Now in his 70s, Tom Jones last release was the critically acclaimed album, ‘Long Lost Suitcase’, in 2015.
He continues to delight audiences with his fantastic live shows. Over the past few years he's continued to put on massive shows and perform sold out arena tours, performing to 50,000 fans in Twickenham for Help for Heroes, playing to packed crowds at V Festival, and taking to the stage at BBC Radio 2’s Live in Hyde Park gig.
Tom Jones will tour the UK this summer alongside stops at Hampton Court Palace Festival and the Edinburgh Summer Sessions, with loads of outdoor castle and racecourse shows announced, too. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Cartmel, Cumbria Cartmel Racecourse on June 30 2017
A mixture of expected standards and material that appeared to be significant to Tom himself. The increasing amount of gospel material in the repertoire was wonderful - Tom fits this like a glove these days. The background visuals were a powerful enhancement to the overall performance. It was good to see Into The Ark supporting, and performing very well even when alongside him. The worst moment of the event was seeing all the litter left behind when it could so easily have been taken to the bins by each person!
I have seen Tom many times and this is the best concert ever. His voice is deeper now and, I think, more powerful. Great choice of songs including some golden oldies, and no idle chatter in between songs, just pure Tom and his magical voice. The band is fantastic as well.