TOM JONES
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Dean Jones

Dean Jones comes from Mountain Ash which is in the same South Wales valley, and just a few miles up the road from where the real Sir Tom Jones came from and grew up, Pontypridd

Dean's Tom Jones Tribute shows have evolved from two amazing facts, Dean looks just like the famous real Sir Tom Jones and sounds just like him too, and coming from a Welsh heritage, has a great talent in music and singing.
Dean is currently a patron for the charity Welsh Hearts within Rhondda Cynon Taff and regularly supports the charity with his Tom Jones Tribute shows.

Dean is very comfortable working with other artistes and regularly performs double Tribute Shows as Sir Tom Jones with Liza Starlight as Dame Shirley Bassey and Darren "Graceland" Jones as Elvis
In 2012 in the Barbican Studios, London, Dean was asked to record a dance version of Thunderball to coincide with the film release of Skyfall called "Forever Bond Platinum Edition". In the same year Dean also took part in a theatre tour which covered 5 major venues in Wales as support artiste to Paul Child with his David Alexander tribute show.

In 2014 Dean took part in the BBC 1's The Voice and performed his Blind Audition in front of Sir Tom Jones, Rita Ora, Will-i-am and Ricky Wilson
He has performed his Tom Jones Tribute shows throughout the UK and abroad in countries such as Cyprus, France, Germany, Denmark & Holland. He has appeared on Sky TV in the UK and Foxel TV in Australia.

He recently completed a sell out 15-date theatre tour of  Wales, as guest of comedian/singer & BBC Radio Wales presenter Owen Money.

Dean regularly performs for corporate events in the top Hotels and Holiday Parks, including Celtic Manor Resort, The Hilton Hotel chain, and Marriott Hotels, as well as tours at Haven and Park Dean Holiday Parks.

Dean has worked alongside many celebrities on TV and live shows, such as :

Paul Potts (BGT) 
Leslie Garrett 

Ragsy (The Voice)

Sam Warburton (Welsh Rugby Captain)
Sue Charles (BBC TV Wales Presenter)
Wynne Evans (Mr Go-Compare)
Ruth Madocs (Hi De Hi)
Max Boyce (Welsh Icon)
Rod Woodward (Comedian)
Connie Fisher (Andrew Lloyd Webber - Sound of Music show)
Jason Mohammad (Sports Commentator)
Peter Karrie (Phantom Of The Opera)
Lisa Rogers (TV Presenter)