Tom Jones is a Welsh singer with over 100 million records sold. Tom Jones rose to fame in the 1960s as a singer. He became the frontman for Tommy Scott and The Senators, a local group. Jones recorded his first single “Chills And Fever” in late 1964, but the single didn’t chart. His follow-up “It’s Not Unusual” was an instant hit, released in early 1965. The song reached number one in the UK and in the top ten in the USA. He was awarded the Grammy Award for Best New Artist for 1965.
He released his most successful single, “Green Green Grass of Home” and started to sing material that appealed to a broad audience, which worked because he started hitting the Top 40 again in the US.
British pop vocalist Tom Jones has been forced to postpone seven U.S. concerts, from his scheduled July 24 performance at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, CT, through July 31 at Chastain Park in Atlanta, GA. Jones is suffering from “vocal chord stress related to the residual effects of a bout of... Read more
The daily recap for January 30 includes unexpected tour extensions, festival lineups, concert announcements, and more as compiled by TicketNews. The long-awaited lineup for Coachella 2009 was recently announced, with Paul McCartney, The Killers and The Cure headlining separate days of the three-day festival. More than 130 acts have... Read more
Today’s recap includes concert and tour announcements, cancellations and more, as compiled by TicketNews on January 21, 2009. After completing a heavy touring schedule in 2008, Bruce Springsteen has announced that he’ll be back on the road with the E Street Band later this year. The first dates have... Read more
Veteran crooner Tom Jones has added several dates to his current North American tour, which will take him into June of next year. November 2007 23, 24 – Temecula, CA – Pechanga Casino 30 – Atlantic City, NJ – Hilton December 2007 1, 2 – Atlantic City, NJ –... Read more