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Sir Tom Jones to perform at Slessor Gardens

Sir Tom Jones
Sir Tom Jones

Legendary singer Sir Tom Jones will perform at Slessor Gardens in Dundee in July.

The Welsh singer, whose hits include classics such as Delilah, Green, Green Grass of Home and It’s Not Unusual will perform on Saturday July 27.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday at 9am through the Ticketmaster website.

Sir Tom’s career has spanned six decades and he has sold more than 100 million records in that time.

He had enjoyed a career renaissance over the past 20 years, first with his covers album Reload and then with his most recent albums Long Lost Suitcase, Spirit in the Room and Praise and Blame.

Liz Doogan-Hobbs, chief executive of promoters LHG Live said: “We are delighted to be working with Tom Jones once again.

“He remains one of the most popular artists in the industry and truly captivates his fans whenever he takes to the stage.

“Dundee is a vibrant place. and we are certain that the concert is going to be greatly welcomed in the city, promising an evening filled with Tom’s most recognisable and popular hits. We are looking forward to seeing all his fans there.”

R&B singer Craig David will also perform at Slessor Gardens on Friday June 7.

Sir Tom and Craig David follow in the footsteps of a host of top acts, including Little Mix, Rita Ora and Simple Minds, to have played the waterfront venue.

The 78-year-old Tweeted: “Very happy to announce some UK shows for July, really looking forward to getting back on the road very soon with my band.”

Sir Tom is currently appearing as a judge on The Voice UK, alongside Will.I.Am, Jennifer Hudson and Olly Murs.

The Dundee gig will be his only Scottish date of the summer. He will also perform at Colchester and Gloucester.

Tickets for the concert will start at £39.50 plus booking fee.

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