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Tom Jones became 1of the most popular vocalists to emerge from the British Invasion. He rose to fame in the mid-1960s, with an exuberant live act which included wearing tight breeches & billowing shirts, every form of traditional music pop, rock, blues, r&b, show tunes, country, dance & techno in an Edwardian style popular amongst his peers at the time. His prodigious vocal power & endearing charisma have sustained his popularity for nearly 40 years.
Born Thomas Jones Woodward, son of Thomas Woodward & Freda Jones in Pontypridd, South Wales, Great Britain. Throughout his teen & into his 20’s. Tom listen to lots of BBC Radio, which played American blues, rock roll & r&b. Jones later formed his group, Tommy Scott & the Senators. Spotted by harmonica player & fellow Welshman Gordon Mills, who then becomes Tom’s manager. Audio DJ names Jimmy Saville advises the band to record a demo, not long after he took the tunes to Decca records & a contract deal was signed. In March of 1965 “It’s Not Unusual” reaches number 1on the charts. Clad all in black leather, Tiger Tom soon gained a reputation in the South Wales area as a remarkable front man. Known for his overt sexuality, before it was as common as it is today. Women would scream & swoon, Jones was awarded the Grammy Award for Best New Artist for 1965. In 1968 Tom performed at the New York's Copacabana night club, where some women were known to have thrown their panties on stage. Soon after, he began to play Las Vegas, where he still plays today for 10 to 12 weeks each year.
At the start of 2000, Tom was invited by US President Bill Clinton to perform at the Millennium Celebrations in Washington. It was an evening of historical reflection that was set at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial. A major tour followed in Scandinavia, Australia, Europe, US & the UK, with the final leg including 5 Wembley Arena dates & 7 shows at the Cardiff International Arena. It was the largest & most successful tour of Jones career. Now a new generation of fans has discovered Tom through his animated image seducing Marge Simpson on TheSimpsons, the international success of his 1999 album Reload & the 2003 American version of Reloaded: Greatest Hits. The new song release Feat. Classics hits like "Delilah", “Thunderball" & "It's Not Unusual" as well as collaborations with the likes of, Wyclef Jean, The Cardigans, The Stereophonics, & Portishead.