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Sir Tom Jones cancels U.S. tour on 'medical advice'

04 September 2017

The Welsh musician was scheduled to commence his next 21-date trek in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on 6 September (17), but has now pulled out of all gigs on the advice of his doctors.

On his website, the Delilah singer apologised to his fans for re-scheduling the concert dates. Tickets for the 2017 shows will be honored for the new dates or can be turned in for refunds.

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Tom Jones pulls out of USA tour Sir Tom Jones, 77, has postponed his United States tour after taking "medical advice".

However, just days before the show, he has issued a statement via a representative explaining that the shows have been pushed back, to allow him to recuperate from the undisclosed illness.

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He offered his "sincere apologies" to fans and "looks forward to seeing them all again in 2018".

Sir Tom was left devastated following the death of his wife of 59 years, Linda, from cancer last year. Pop, rock, R&B and country are some of the rhythms Sir Tom has performed during his career.

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The singer, known for hits like "What's New Pussycat" and "It's Not Unusual", broke the news on Saturday via Twitter.

Sir Tom Jones cancels U.S. tour on 'medical advice'