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Abu Dhabi, UAESaturday 17 November 2018

Legendary Welsh crooner Tom Jones to perform in Amman

The veteran singer will be appearing at the Amman Citadel as the closing act of this year's Jordan Festival

Sir Tom Jones, regarded as British cultural treasure first found fame five decades back, scoring hits in the 1960s with trademark anthems It’s Not Unusual, Delilah and Bond theme Thunderball Lauren Lancaster / The National
Sir Tom Jones, regarded as British cultural treasure first found fame five decades back, scoring hits in the 1960s with trademark anthems It’s Not Unusual, Delilah and Bond theme Thunderball Lauren Lancaster / The National

Veteran singer Sir Tom Jones is set to perform at this year's Jordan Festival in Amman.

The legendary Welsh crooner will be appearing at the Amman Citadel as the closing act of the festival on August 8.

Sir Tom, regarded as a British cultural treasure first found fame five decades back, scoring hits in the 1960s with trademark anthems It’s Not Unusual, Delilah and Bond theme Thunderball.

The 78-year-old vocalist received a knighthood from the British Queen in 2006. Apart from Sir Tom, other acts performing at the Jordan Festival are Tom Odell, Emel Mathlouthi and Reham Abdel.

Tickets are available through Karasi.com, the Friends Of Jordan Festivals offices at Grand Hyatt Tower and Haagen Dazs on Abdali Boulevard

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