Welsh singer Tom Jones has been moving, inspiring and delighting audiences for more than half a century. Since starting out in the mid-1960s with a collection of Top 10 hits, audiences have been clamoring for more Tom Jones. As such, he has a history he continues to this day of prolific touring. He also has a history of prolific record sales, with over 100 million to his credit. Tom Jones has 19 Top 40 hits in the US and 36 in the UK. In all, Tom Jones has recorded 40 studio albums, five live albums, 16 compilation albums, 20 video albums and released 104 singles. A consummate songwriter, Tom Jones also composed many songs for other artists, like "Looking Out My Window," "Younger Days," "Seasons," "Seen That Face," "Whatever it Takes" and "Give a Little Love."
This Is Tom Jones
Honored as an appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1999 and subsequently knighted by the Queen in 2006, his full name is now Sir Thomas John Woodward OBE, but fans can still call him Tom Jones. His mentees do on the TV talent competition The Voice UK, for which he's been a celebrity vocal coach almost every year since 2012. Tom Jones has also played roles both cameo and lead in television shows and the movies. In 1989, he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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What can I expect from Tom Jones?
Tom Jones' unmistakable voice is in the baritone range and features a robust and full tone. The music of Tom Jones ranges extensively, with both his originals and the songs he covers spanning musical genres, including R&B, pop, country, show tunes, gospel, soul and dance.
What are the names of some Tom Jones songs?
Songs you're bound to hear at a Tom Jones performance include "It's Not Unusual," "She's a Lady," "Sex Bomb," "Kiss," "Delilah," "Green, Green Grass of Home," "What's New, Pussycat?" and the theme to the James Bond movie, Thunderball.