Living legend Tom Jones to perform in West Country
- Credit: Tom Dymond
A global superstar is set to perform in the West Country for one night only.
Sir Tom Jones promises an unforgettable evening of entertainment at The Bristol County Ground later this year.
The Welsh singer will perform his iconic records which have earned him a place as one of the best-loved artists to emerge from the 1960s.
His musical talents span countless genres including pop, rock, soul, country, dance and gospel.
With a career spanning six decades and more than 100 million record sales under his belt, including hits such as It’s Not Unusual, Kiss, Delilah and What’s New Pussycat, his position as a living legend is affirmed.
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Tom is also a popular TV figure, currently reprising his role as a coach on ITV’s The Voice, having returned after his success as the mentor of last year’s winner Ruti.
Liz Doogan-Hobbs, chief executive officer for promoter LHG Live, said: “We are delighted to be working with Tom Jones once again.
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“He remains one of the most popular artists in the industry and truly captivates his fans whenever he takes to the stage.
“Bristol is a vibrant place and we are certain the concert is going to be greatly welcomed, promising an evening filled with Tom’s most recognisable and popular hits.
“We are looking forward to seeing all his fans there.”
The concert at ground will be held on July 13 and will feature a collection of Tom’s most popular hits across the decades as well as his latest albums.
Tickets, priced £39.50-65, are available from www.ticketmaster.co.ukon Friday at 9am