TOM Jones will get Port Adriano’s Festival of Music off to a full-throated start tonight
The Welsh crooner, famous for hits like Delilah, It’s Not Unusual, The Green, Green Grass of Home and Sex Bomb, has sold over 100 million records during a 50-year career.
He will appear at Port Adriano on July 20 for the town’s fifth consecutive Festival of Music.
Jones is currently on a world tour, which got started with a beachside gig in Cornwall.
The 77-year-old also made his Proms debut at the Royal Albert Hall, singing soul classics with Booker T Jones and Sam Moore.
Following Jones’s concert at Port Adriano, George Benson will play a gig on June 25.
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