Simon Howard is a well known performer and entertainer based on the Isle of Wight. Throughout his many years of professional entertainment Simon has performed the length and breadth of the UK, in a vast array of venues, as well as having performed on the main stages of cruise liners.
His classic training is evident in every song he delivers, his theatre background has uniquely enhanced the professionalism to his performances. Simon Howard is a true actor, he is Tom Jones.
The Simon Howard Tom Jones Tribute Act is like no other. Simon’s exceptionally powerful voice and commanding stage presence leave the other tributes in his shadow. Simon’s looks are all his own and he is regularly mistaken for Sir Tom, in restaurants, airports, supermarkets or just strolling along the beach!
This show is packed with Tom Jones’ biggest show-stopping songs such as, Till, Boy From Nowhere, Thunderball and all the classic favourites loved by everyone. The standard hour long performance is available as a standalone package or to accompany a house band.
This tribute is a professional, polished performance paying homage to the legend who is Sir Tom Jones, it is a classic representation of Sir Tom today.
The best Tom Jones tribute that I have seen, when he sang his last song it was a surreal experience, an amazing voice, this man should be on TV. So, so good it was a pleasure to hear…
Oh wow, he is Tom Jones, he looks like him, he sings like him, he even speaks like him! A great night’s entertainment can’t wait to see him again…
What a fantastic 4 nights, 5 days we had.. food, outstanding value for what we paid… Tom Jones impersonator was outstanding… he does some comedy to and had us curled up laughing…
Hi Scott Jordan, We had a fantastic time – Simon was brilliant and such a lovely man. The whole booking process was very easy and Simon was very flexible and easy-going. The entertainment was brilliant and everyone absolutely loved it. Would definitely recommend him to others, he’s fantastic.
Simon Howard was next, performing his tribute to Tom Jones and very fine it was too! I remember seeing Mr Howard very early on in his tribute adventure, but here he was with his impression complete and the soundalike quality there for all to see and hear. This was a top-drawer performance from an impressive member of the tribute fraternity. Uk cabaret . Mark Richie