Tom Jones To Play Live At The Eden Sessions In June | Music News

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Here’s an amazing opportunity for you to see the legendary Sir Tom Jones when he headlines his very own show at this year’s Eden Sessions on Sunday, June 26 2016. Performing in the fantastic setting of Cornwall’s Eden Project, this promises to be as show unlike any other.


Jones has had an illustrious, multi-award-winning career that many music artists can only dream of. Over a staggering 5 decades, he’s been a live performer and recording artist at the top of his game – and he’s still going strong at the age of 75. He’s sold an unbelievable 100 million plus records, and has achieved worldwide success, particularly in America, which is probably the hardest market to break in to.


Jones is just as much loved at home, as he is away, however – entertaining generation after generation with his powerhouse vocals, his wicked sense of humour and his amusing tales of famous friends. He was a close pal of Elvis, and now Sir Tom Jones is the closest thing we have to Elvis in the UK. He’s a national treasure, and always manages to stay both current and relevant in today’s music scene.


Since he scored his very first hit single in 1965 with “It’s Not Unusual,” Jones has had hit after hit, including “Delilah,” “Green Green Grass Of Home,” “What’s New Pussycat?,” and “She’s A Lady”. An incredibly versatile performer, who can turn his hand to any music genre, Jones gave us his massively popular version of the Prince smash hit “Kiss,” and stormed up the dance charts with his beyond-catchy tune “Sex Bomb,” with Mousse T. He’s also collaborated with a diverse selection of highly-respected artists including Jack White, Wyclef Jean, Robbie Williams, Tori Amos, Van Morrison and Jools Holland.


2016 marks the 15th anniversary of the Eden Sessions, and what better way to celebrate than in the excellent company of Sir Tom Jones himself? So here’s the lowdown on how you can be part of the action:


Standard tickets cost £45 plus booking fees, and will go on general sale at 4pm on Tuesday February 2.Tickets will be sold online only via the Eden Sessions website.


Keep an eye of the Eden Sessions website, which will keep you updated with information as and when it happens, and you can also sign up for email updates there.


And why not check out the Eden Sessions own free-to-view online TV channel, which features a regularly-updated selection of videos showcasing the crème de la crème of past performances here.



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