Tom's vast achievements in the world of music have seen him sell over 100 million records across the globe and saw him receive a knighthood in 2006. One of the most respected musical acts in the industry today, Sir Tom Jones has enjoyed a colourful career in the world of entertainment. Beginning his musical career in 1963, Tom soon became the frontman for Tommy Scott and the Senators. Gaining themselves a reputation in their native country of Wales, the group performed at gigs all across the country. Eventually, Sir Tom himself was offered a recording contract with the legendary label Decca. One of Jones’ first singles, It’s Not Unusual, became a hit internationally, enjoying chart success both within the United Kingdom and the United States. Not long after, Jones recorded several iconic film themes, including the James Bond film Thunderball and What’s New Pussycat?. Building upon his success in multiple countries, Jones soon came to dominate international charts.