We are pretty certain that fertility rates go up by about 150% every time someone plays a [lastfm]Tom Jones [/lastfm]tune. With a live performance, that percentage doubles: women are basically impregnated immediately. It goes without saying that the fine folks of Suffolk are going to be tending to a lot of newborn babies in the nine months after Jones plays their Latitude Festival.
To see the septuagenarian sex bomb get down and learn which young bands he is schooling in the art of seduction, click more!
Fittingly, the perpetually wooing Welshman will be performing the first set of the 3-day Latitude festival at midnight and showcasing songs from his new album Praise And Blame.
[lastfm]Tom Jones[/lastfm] sets the bar high for the younger acts such as [lastfm]Florence And The Machine[/lastfm], [lastfm]Belle & Sebastian[/lastfm], [lastfm]Vampire Weekend[/lastfm], and [lastfm]Steve Mason[/lastfm] of the [lastfm]Beta Band[/lastfm].
C’mon. Look at this man. We can only be so lucky to be able to move, wink, and point like this when we are 70. We are barely that animated now.
The Latitude Festival runs from midnight July 15th-July 19th in Suffolk. Better start buying your plane tickets right now.
- What do you think? When you “grow up” do you want to be [lastfm] Tom Jones[/lastfm]? We do!