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He later collaborated with Jools Holland and Wyclef Jean, demonstrating a keen ability to adapt to a number of different genres.
Tom Jones returned to play at the Glastonbury Festival in 2009.
“There's been people complaining about publicists and different things they've been expected to do to get a record contract, just like a film contract.”Continue reading: Sir Tom Jones Warns That Sexual Harassment And Abuse Is Common In Music Industry Too Just a few months after making his comeback to the judging panel of ‘The Voice UK’, legendary singer Sir Tom Jones is believed to be considering quitting the reality talent contest after the end of the current series.
The 76 year old crooner was famously dropped by the BBC for the final series on the network in 2016, in what was widely criticised as an unpopular move.
Later that year, Tom Jones sang the theme tune to Thunderball, the James Bond film.
He received that year's Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
Continue reading: Sir Tom Jones Is Dating Priscilla Presley It's been two days and people are still talking about Tom Jones' marvellous impromptu performance of 'Great Balls of Fire' on the 'The Voice UK' at the weekend.
They planned to release 'Lonely Joe' and 'I Was A Fool' as a single but the eccentric Joe Meek refused to release the tapes, forcing the band to return to Wales, playing in working men's clubs.Sir Tom Jones OBE (born Thomas Jones Woodward, 7.6.1940)Tom Jones is a Welsh singer, who rose to fame in the 1960s.He has sold over 100 million records across the globe and is considered one of the world's most iconic singers.Tom Jones was eventually spotted by Gordon Mills, a music manager based in London, but originally from South Wales.It was Mills that chose the moniker Tom Jones; a reference to Henry Fielding's The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling.
Biography by In the wake of the ongoing Harvey Weinstein scandal that has blown the lid off sexual harassment and abuse in Hollywood over the last fortnight, pop legend Sir Tom Jones has warned that similar behaviour was, and still is, rife in the music industry.