Concert Reviews: Tom Jones at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood

By: Daedrian McNaughton | Jorn Kaae

Music legend Tom Jones took to the stage at the Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood for what proved to be a show-stopping performance. The Welsh icon’s distinctive voice and charismatic stage presence had the audience on their feet as he delivered a set full of classic hits, including “It’s Not Unusual,” “Delilah,” and “What’s New Pussycat?”

Jones, who is now 83 years old, showed no signs of slowing down as he strutted his stuff across the stage, interacting with fans and delivering his trademark powerhouse vocals. His band of similarly seasoned musicians provided the perfect backing for his performance, adding to the overall energy and excitement of the evening.

As expected, the crowd was filled with diehard fans of all ages, many of whom had traveled from far and wide to see their hero in action. And Jones certainly did not disappoint.

Tom Jones’ performance at the Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood was a true showcase of his talent and enduring appeal. With a career spanning over five decades, he remains one of the greatest entertainers of our time, and last night’s show only served to confirm that fact.



I’m Growing Old
(Bobby Cole cover)

Not Dark Yet
(Bob Dylan cover)

It’s Not Unusual
(Les Reed cover)

What’s New Pussycat?
(Burt Bacharach cover)

The Windmills of Your Mind
(Noel Harrison cover)

Sex Bomb

(Cat Stevens cover)

One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)
(Bob Dylan cover)

Across the Borderline
(Ry Cooder cover)

Green Grass of Home
(Claude “Curly” Putman, Jr. cover)

Talking Reality Television Blues
(Todd Snider cover)

I Won’t Crumble with You If You Fall
(Bernice Johnson Reagon cover)

Tower of Song
(Leonard Cohen cover)

(Les Reed cover)

Lazarus Man
(Terry Callier cover)

You Can Leave Your Hat On
(Randy Newman cover)

If I Only Knew
(Rise Robots Rise cover)

(Prince cover)


One Hell of a Life
(Katell Keineg cover)

Strange Things Happening Every Day
([traditional] cover)

Johnny B. Goode
(Chuck Berry cover)

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