Danny Roman, Tom Jones Tribute, is totally focused on sounding like and incorporating the movements of Mr Jones.
With the look of a younger Tom, he also has the hip swinging sex appeal and the vocal power that makes Tom Jones a singing legend across the world.
Having performed at many prestigious events throughout his illustrious career Danny was invited to sing at 10 Downing Street for the Prime Minister in 1996. Danny’s show can be performed self contained using his 3000 Watt Adlib Audio PA system, lighting rig, backdrop and mist enhancer. He also has 7 piece band parts for all of the songs which makes him ideal for cruise liner contracts.
Tom Jones Tribute Show – Danny Roman
“My concept for the new Tom Jones tribute show was to devise a show that would keep an audience entertained throughout the entire performance. I am totally focused on sounding like and incorporating the movements of Tom Jones while performing his songs. But as with many other tributes it’s when you are not singing that tributes tend to lose their audience.”
You may not know that Tom Jones tribute Danny Roman is an accomplished vocal impressionist covering voices such as Neil Diamond, Dean Martin, Cliff Richard, Johnny Mathis, Englebert Humperdinck, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones…….and…..Dame Shirley Bassey! Danny appeared at the Duchess of York’s charity New Year’s Eve Ball at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Hyde Park, London in 1996.
Stars In Concert: Danny once again appeared in the 2015 Berlin ‘Stars In Concert’ shows in April and October and in subsequent years. Choose Tom Jones Tribute Danny for your events worldwide.
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