Sex bomb Tom…

Showbiz icon Sir Tom Jones is coming to Telford this June as part of his summer tour. His career, spanning over five decades, has seen him record over 40 albums and rack up sales of more than 100m records – and to top it off he was knighted for his services to music in 2006.

Best known for hits including ‘It’s Not Unusual’, ‘Sex Bomb’, ‘Delilah’ and ‘What’s New Pussycat’, Sir Tom shows no signs of slowing down as he’s a prime-time Saturday night fixture as coach and mentor on ITV’s The Voice alongside Will.i.am, Meghan Trainor and Olly Murs. Last summer saw a sell-out tour as Tom and his band toured the US, UK and Europe, bringing his Voice finalists out on the road. Tom knows how to please a crowd – after all, this is the man who said, “If you’re going to be a star, you should look like one!”

Tom’s in town on Sunday 28 June in the QEII Arena, with a great selection of food and drink available as soon as the gates open at 4pm. Special guests also performing on the day will be announced in the coming months. Tickets are available from ticketmaster.co.uk, ticketstelford.com or by calling 01952 382382.

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