Tom Jones Extends Bluesfest Visit With Headline Shows

10 November 2015 | 10:02 am | Staff Writer

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One of the biggest drawcards of next year's Byron Bay Bluesfest in March (and that's saying something as the line-up also boasts Brian Wilson playing the entirety of Pet Sounds, Kendrick Lamar and more), Tom Jones has announced he'll be crossing off a set of headline shows across the country in addition to the coveted festival slot.

The veteran has sold over 100 million records in his five decades in the industry, so these shows will be an amazing look at the myriad of hits Jones has spanned, including It's Not Unusual, Sex Bomb and If I Only Knew.

Just last month Jones released both an autobiography, Over The Top And Back, and a companion album that coincides with each chapter, Long Lost Suitcase.

The living legend will first perform at Perth's Kings Park on Sunday, 13 March, before heading to Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Derwent Entertainment Centre in Hobart, Sydney's The Star and finally Hamer Hall in Melbourne.

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Head to theGuide for full details on the headline shows.