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GREG DOOLAN PRESENTS

GREG DOOLAN PRESENTS

THE TOM JONES STORY


ALL TIMES ARE IN QLD TIME. 
WED 06 AUGUST 2014 - 11:00AM

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Tom  Jones was born Thomas John Woodford in South Wales. He began singing at an early age,  not  liking school or sport much. His bluesy singing style came from  his  early influences of American soul  music- Little Richard, Jackie Wilson, even Elvis. In 1964 his  single "It's  Not  Unusual" became an  international hit, and  his  career took  off with  songs like  "What's New Pussycat". He redesigned himself as a crooner, and  hits  like  "Green, Green

Grass of Home" found him  new  audiences. His  tight  trousers and open half-unbuttoned shirts became part  of his  stage act,  leading women in his  audiences to throw him  their knickers or room keys.

Over the  years Tom  Jones has  had  his  own  TV  show, has  had 36

 

Top 40 hits  in the  UK,  19 in the  USA, has  recorded and  performed in many duets, and  was awarded an OBE and  a knighthood.

 

So come to The  Tom  Jones Story, where Greg Doolan will  bring his inimitable Wickety Wak  style to the  story and  songs of Tom Jones. Hear songs like  "It's  Not  Unusual", "Delilah", "She's a Lady", "Kiss", "Sex Bomb" and  more, Greg Doolan's performance will have you  screaming for more.

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