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Tom Jones: A Soundstage Special Event

Airs Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017 at 6 p.m. & Sunday, Aug. 13 at 8 a.m. on KPBS TV

Special guest Alison Krauss joins Tom Jones in this SOUNDSTAGE special.

Credit: Courtesy of Raney Images

Above: Special guest Alison Krauss joins Tom Jones in this SOUNDSTAGE special.

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Don’t miss the incomparable Tom Jones as he takes the stage to perform repertoire from across his long and illustrious career.

This exclusive SOUNDSTAGE® performance features songs from Jones’ recent critically-acclaimed albums as well as a selection of his iconic hits that take the audience on a musical journey across the eras and musical spectrum.

Over his 50-year career, Tom Jones has sold more than 100 million records and is a Grammy and BRIT Award winner.

Along with sustaining his popularity as a live performer and recording artist for five decades, Jones has garnered the best reviews of his career for his most recent albums, “Long Lost Suitcase,” “Spirit in the Room” and “Praise and Blame.”

Joining Jones on WTTW’s Grainger Studio stage is renowned bluegrass singer-songwriter and 27-time Grammy winner Alison Krauss.

Tom Jones | It's Not Unusual

The iconic Tom Jones performs his record-shattering hit “It’s Not Unusual” in this upbeat clip from WTTW’s Soundstage, direct from Grainger Studio.


Tom Jones is on Facebook, and you can follow @RealSirTomJones on Twitter.

Alison Krauss is on Facebook, Instagram, and you can follow @AlisonKrauss on Twitter.

"Tom Jones: A SOUNDSTAGE® Special" features these performances:

  • “Tower of Song”
  • “Run On”
  • “Delilah”
  • “Opportunity To Cry”
  • “Raise a Ruckus”
  • “Soul of a Man”
  • “If I Give My Soul”
  • “Burning Hell”
  • “Don’t Knock”
  • “Green, Green Grass of Home”
  • “Didn’t It Rain”
  • “Kiss”
  • “Wish You Would”
  • “Thunderball”
  • “It’s Not Unusual”

Produced by WTTW-TV.

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