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Sir Tom Jones wants to continue performing

Sir Tom Jones wants to continue performing

Sir Tom Jones wants to continue performing

Sir Tom Jones is reportedly planning more than two decades' worth of concerts, with his website offering tickets for another 28 years.

The 75-year-old Welsh crooner is offering tickets to his performances until December 2043 through the tour dates section of his official website. He would be 103 years old, reported The Sun.

Tom, who is also a judge on BBC singing show The Voice, is planning a world tour in 2015 to mark the 50th anniversary of his debut hit, It's Not Unusual.

He previously revealed he would continue gigging for as long as he can, saying: "I am going to do a lot of shows in as many countries as possible. And so I want to show that I can still do it after 50 years."

Tom - who started off as frontman for Welsh beat group Tommy Scott And The Senators in 1963 - added: "I am still having as much fun now as when I started. I like to sing and, thank God, people like to hear me sing."

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