Tom Jones

Grammy, two Brit Awards for Best Male and Outstanding Contribution to Music, a Silver Clef Award for Lifetime Achievement, a Hitmaker Award, a GQ Man of the Year, an Industry Trust Award. He has also been awarded the highest honor
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Tom Jones

apertura cancelli ore 19,00 ore 19,30 Restaurant Stage ANDREA POZZA ore 21,30 Main Stage TOM JONES TOM JONES Semplicemente una delle più belle voci della musica popolare dell’ultimo mezzo secolo. Una voce potente, espressiva, duttile, a suo agio in ogni genere musicale, emotivamente coinvolgente. È grazie a questo formidabile “strumento”, e anche ad una esplosiva presenza scenica, che Sir Tom Jones è diventato ed è dopo cinquant’anni una leggenda. Ovviamente non gli sono mancati riconoscimenti prestigiosi, tra cui un Grammy, due Brit Awards per Best Male e Outstanding Contribution to Music, un Silver Clef Award per Lifetime Achievement, un Hitmaker Award, un GQ Man of the Year, un Industry Trust Award. È stato anche insignito delle più alte onorificenze del Regno Unito: nel 1999 è stato nominato Ufficiale dell’Ordine dell’Impero Britannico e nel 2006 fu insignito del titolo di Sir dalla Regina Elisabetta II. Sei anni dopo fu invitato a esibirsi a Buckingham Palace in occasione del Diamond Jubilee della sovrana. TOM JONES Simply one of the most beautiful voices of popular music of the last half century. A powerful, expressive, flexible voice, at ease in any musical genre, emotionally engaging. It is thanks to this formidable "instrument", and also to an explosive stage presence, that Sir Tom Jones has become, and still is, a legend after fifty years. He has won prestigious awards, including a Grammy, two Brit Awards for Best Male and Outstanding Contribution to Music, a Silver Clef Award for Lifetime Achievement, a Hitmaker Award, a GQ Man of the Year, an Industry Trust Award. He has also been awarded the highest honors in the United Kingdom: in 1999 he was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire and in 2006 he was awarded the title of Sir by Queen Elizabeth II. Six years later he was invited to perform at Buckingham Palace at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.