Picture Special: Sir Tom Jones Wows Kingsholm Stadium Crowd For Second Time

Picture Special: Sir Tom Jones Wows Kingsholm Stadium Crowd For Second Time

Welsh singing star Sir Tom Jones has become the first music act to appear twice at Kingsholm Stadium.

Sir Tom Jones At Kingsholm Stadium

Sir Tom Jones At Kingsholm Stadium

The singing legend performed a mixture of classic hits, blues and gospel covers earlier this evening, including John Lee Hooker’s Burning Hell, a stripped back version of Sex Bomb and his classic 1968 hit Delilah which had the 10,000-crowd singing along.

Sir Tom Jones Performed Several Hits Including It's Not Unusual At Kingsholm Stadium

Sir Tom Jones Performed Several Hits Including It's Not Unusual At Kingsholm Stadium

The star who found chart fame in the 1960s also performed well received hits such as What’s New Pussycat and number one smashes It’s Not Unusual and Green, Green Grass of Home.

Sir Tom Jones Performed A Tribute To Prince At His Kingsholm Stadium Show

Sir Tom Jones Performed A Tribute To Prince At His Kingsholm Stadium Show

Sir Tom’s set closed with a tribute to Prince as he performed a rendition of Kiss, the song that helped relaunch Sir Tom’s chart success back in the 1980s and a boogie-woogie rendition of Strange Things Happening Every Day.

Several fans from Sir Tom's Welsh home-land came to support him at Kingsholm Stadium.

Several fans from Sir Tom's Welsh home-land came to support him at Kingsholm Stadium.

All pictures: © Martin Bennett / Gloucester Rugby

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