Tom Jones

  1. Tom Jones medley by the BBC Philharmonic

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    Video caption: Musicians from the BBC Philharmonic perform a medley of songs by Tom Jones.
  2. Covid-19 forces cancellation of Tom Jones concert

    Sir Tom Jones has postponed his concert in Carlisle, because of the coronavirus outbreak.

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    His appearance in Bitts Park in July, was part of his "A Celebration" tour, which was planned for this summer.

    Tickets that have already been bought will be valid for the re-scheduled shows, which will take place next year, on 25 July.

  3. Sir Tom Jones postpones tour till 2021

    Claire Gilbody-Dickerson

    BBC News

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    Sir Tom Jones has postponed his upcoming tour to summer 2021.

    The 79-year-old 'Sex Bomb' singer said in a Twitter post he is "really sorry" to have to inform his fans that his performances have been put off due to coronavirus.

    He had been due to perform on Plymouth Hoe next month.

    "You all know how much I love performing but everybody's safety must come first," he said.

    All tickets purchased for this year's shows will be valid for next year's, the post says.

  4. Sir Tom comes back to green, green grass of Carlisle

    Sir Tom Jones has announced he is returning to Cumbria to perform at Bitts Park in Carlisle this summer.

    It is part of his 80th birthday tour, and he told organisers in the city that he had fond memories of his last performance in Carlisle in 2017.

    Tickets go on sale on Friday.

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    Quote Message: He's revisiting some of the places that were his favourite places that he played over the past five or 10 years, and we suggested a number of dates and straightaway he said 'I love Carlisle'."
  5. David Gray to play Cartmel's Concert Day

    David Gray, one of the best-selling singers of the 21st century, will perform his entire White Ladder album at Cartmel Racecourse next year.

    It's part of a tour to mark the 20th anniversary of the launch of the album, which spent three years in the top 100.

    Tracks included Babylon, This year’s Love and Say Hello, Wave Goodbye.

    Cartmel Racecourse has previously welcomed Sir Cliff Richard, Jools Holland and Sir Tom Jones to its Concert Day, which sees a full day of racing before the concert.

    Next year's event is on Friday 26 June.

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