Tom continues to tour America and around the world to sold-out audiences. He releases albums in a variety of styles. Tom and Elvis become good friends, spending time together in Las Vegas. A lot of good times with classic acts of the era, many of whom Tom worked with over the years.
Tom is knighted by Her Majesty the Queen
Celebrates 65th Birthday and 40 years in the business with a concert in his hometown of Pontypridd, South Wales for 25,000 fans and friends.
Releases 'Tom Jones and Jools Holland' (Warner/USM), a roots rock'n'roll album with piano maestro Jools Holland.
Sings the theme song to the new Warner Bros animated TV series, "Duck Dodgers", and is immortalized as a cartoon in the episode "Talent Show A Go-Go".
Releases 'Greatest Hits' (Universal) worldwide.
Honored with a Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.
Releases acclaimed album 'Mr Jones', a collaboration with superstar Wyclef Jean.
Honored with The Merit Award at the Q Magazine Awards.
Films acclaimed documentary series 'The Blues' with director Mike Figgis and executive producer Martin Scorsese.
Sings with Pavarotti (including a duet of 'Delilah', half in Italian) in Modena, Italy for his charity for Afghan refugees.
Performs at Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee.
Wins the Silver Clef Award, presented by UK music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
President and Mrs. Clinton ask Tom to perform at the White House Millennium Celebration, at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial.
Records the opening song 'Perfect World' for Disney's animated film 'The Emperor’s New Groove'.
Wins the Brit Award for Best Male (UK), the Amigo Award for Best International Male (Spain). Nominated for the NJR Award for Best International Act (France) and for the Echo Award for Best International Male (Germany).
Awarded Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Appears in the lovely Irish film 'Agnes Brown', Angelica Houston's directorial debut.
Releases 'Reload', his duets album for Gut Records, UK. It becomes the biggest hit of his career, going platinum 6 times in the UK, selling 4 million copies worldwide. Highly successful tours of Europe and UK follow.
Appears alongside Danny DeVito, Jack Nicholson and Annette Benning in Tim Burton’s 'Mars Attacks!'