His voice has traversed seven decades, soared over every trend, and has not faded a single decibel. Hoarse and unrestrained, it can transmute any music into gold. At the sound of his voice, disco becomes sublime, pop is set on fire, and soul becomes exaltation. With his legendary class, Tom Jones revisited his classics on the 2015 record Long Lost Suitcase. This Welshman moves with elegance and panache from the blues of Willie Dixon to the rock of the Rolling Stones by way of the country of Hank Williams. Conceived as the soundtrack for his autobiography, released the same year, this latest album is intimately tied to his exceptional trajectory, prefigured in 1966 by a Grammy Award for best new artist. Fifty years later, this ultra-charismatic showman will heat things up for the first time in the Stravinski with covers and his own titles, from “Delilah” to “Sex Bomb”...an explosive cocktail for sure!