Glasgow Review

Tom JonesHE is known as simply "The Voice" and last night legendary sex-bomb Sir Tom Jones showed exactly why. The crowd at Glasgow's packed Clyde Auditorium was on its feet from start to finish as the Welsh singing sensation took to the stage for the first of a two-night stint in the city. Taking his audience on a trip through the years, Sir Tom blended some of his biggest hits with the new recordings which makes him appeal to every generation. Bouncing with energy, he soon had the audience eating out of the palm of his hand - though now instead of his audience throwing women's underwear on stage, they hurled red roses. The star broke with tradition with a series of favourites, including Fly Me To The Moon and That Old Black Magic but upped the tempo with She's A Lady and If I Only Knew before thrilling the crowd with What's New Pussycat?, You Can Leave Your Hat On, Sex Bomb and It's Not Unusual. He was never going to be allowed to leave without an encore and the Prince song he made his own, Kiss, rounded off the night. The Evening Times