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Living legend Tom Jones and one half of Oasis Noel Gallagher along with his High Flying Birds are the artists leading the second lineup announcement for next year’s 27th annual Byron Bay Bluesfest. Mr Sex Bomb himself and the Britpop hero will both be making their festival debut when Bluesfest rolls around next March. Also
Tom Jones has announced an exclusive Melbourne performance for the Forum Theatre on Wednesday, 24th September, ahead of his appearance at the AFL Grand Final on Saturday, 27th September. Joining the legendary, multimillion-selling singer for the performance will be local singer-songwriter Lanie Lane. Before joining Ed Sheeran and Olivia Newton-John at the Grand Final, the
It’s not unusual for Jack White to collaborate with fellow musos that fans might not necessarily expect. For example, last year White got together with Insane Clown Posse to cover Mozart. Then at the beginning of this year White recruited accomplished crooner Tom Jones to record new arrangements of Howlin Wolf’s Evil and Frankie Lane’s
The Voice UK has seen one of the worst performances in history, and it was by the judges.
Tom Jones will release a new album named Spirit in the Room on May 21st. The album will feature covers from legendary artists including Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen, Paul McCartney and Paul Simon. This will be the 71-year-old Welsh singer’s 40th album, and it promises to revisit the gospel and R&B influences of his younger
Welch Blue-eyed soul legend Tom Jones has recently collaborated with Jack White and released a cover of Howlin’ Wolf’s Evil, which you can listen to below. Jones has appeared as a part of Third Man Records’ infamous Blue Series, which previously had Sydney’s Lanie Lane with her Ain’t Hungry 7″. The song will be released
Jack White will work with Welch Blue-eyed soul legend Tom Jones, according to the latest edition of MOJO Magazine, Jones will appear as a part of Third Man Records’ infamous Blue Series, which previously had Sydney’s Lanie Lane with her Ain’t Hungry 7″. Other artists involved with the series last year included Insane Clown Posse