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Sir Tom Jones voice was strong as ever. And we loved hearing background stories on some of his. Favorite songs. 2 hours flew by. Sir Tom is truly a living legend!
Heidi F from San Francisco, California
TOM JONES AT THE SF MASONIC
Loved Tom Jones last night, his last concert on his 2022 tour. He was funny and sad and thoughtful. Yes, he’s 82 and walks with a cane, but charming and open about it all. His play list varied from popular oldies and his newer material. The audience was with him the entire evening. I admire him for not being stuck with his old tunes, and for his still amazing voice. He covers great songs by Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan, and doesn’t shy away from current material, such as his very current song about reality TV. He says he’ll be back, with a twinkle in his eye, and better than ever with a new hip. I hope so, and I plan to be there with him!
Claudia Badali from Toronto, Ontario
TOM JONES MASSEY HALL SEPT 19/22
Tom Jones voice has not aged and he performed a variety of songs.
One disappointment that stung deeply was that he did not sing SHE'S A LADY.
Why would he leave out such a classic?? I even remained standing, cheering for an encore, but sadly, he and his entire group of musicians walked off not listening to our request. He sang other artist's recordings, but I wanted so much to hear that beautiful pop classic!
B.J. Molé from Bellevue, Washington
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE TOM JONES I REMEMBER?
Went to the June 1st show which had been was actually scheduled for back in December
2017. That part I can understand. I know he has personal things going on as do we all.
Purchased parking 'adjacent ' to theater which happened to be several blocks away.
Opening act @ 8 sharp, a couple of Welsh 'boy's entertained for 30 minutes. Mr. Jones had
met them on some kind of UK talent show. Ended @ 8:30. Then, 40 minutes later Tom Jones
decided to start his act. Nothing like sitting, waiting for more than a half hour in crowded
warm theater! Thankfully the theater hasn't adapted airline seat spacing (yet) so one could
stand in place. Relief!
Two things about his performance: of the dozens of top records he's made during his career,
I recognized 4. Now he could have populated his show with just his hits but, no, he went
through a bunch of second rate material. Not much spark left there, unfortunately.
Lastly, these high intensity spotlights would pan the audience. What for? Blinding.
Tony Cantone from Boston, Massachusetts
STILL NOT SURE HOW THE SHOW TITLE RELATES TO THE SHOW? MAYBE IT’S JUST ME.
I’m an enormous and long time fan of Tom Jones. Unfortunately, I went to the show expecting to hear the songs that, along with his amazing voice, made him a superstar. He sang 3. The other perhaps 15 songs we unrecognizable at least to me. I’m addition the apparently were meant to tell a story not get you out of your chair! He ended the show by bringing up and introducing the band members followed by a quick thank you and good night. Walked off and never came back out,
Yes he walked with a cain…not a problem here! Yes his voice is not what it was but it was still powerful enough to blow you away when he chose songs where he could show off his still incredible voice. He simply discarded all the songs you’d go to a Tom Jones concert to hear. To be fair, a great many of his songs got great responses from the audience and many people said they loved the show….I’m not sure what they heard. I know I didn’t hear “Without Love”, “ I who have nothing” “Till” and about 20 more! He still ranks among the very, very top entertainers ever…and I forgive him! :-)
Jo Ann from Atlantic City, New Jersey
IT’S UNUSUALLY BAD
Sooo disappointing !! Tom Jones still has an amazing voice but the concert at the Borgata Friday night sept 9 th was not what I expected . He sang a few of his hits which sounded great BUT his new music is awful and the fact that he sat all night because he needs a hip replacement is terrible . He’s too old to entertain properly ,” it’s not unusual “ for celebrities to know when to call it quits.
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