With his own assured, sometimes over-the-top, macho/sexy swagger and baritone, the veteran entertainer Tom Jones, 67, is versatile enough to jump from one musical style to another — from loungy ’60s pop and show tunes to country to modern techno/dance.

Jones and his 11-piece backing band visit town this week for a concert on Fri. March 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $56.50 and $100.50.

His first smash hit, 1965’s “It’s Not Unusual,” became a number one hit in the U.K. and a top 10 hit in the U.S. Other big hits include the sultry “You Can Leave Your Hat On,” the silly-swingin’ “What’s New Pussycat?,” “Help Yourself,” “The Green, Green Grass of Home,” and, of course, the Paul Anka-penned 1971 tune “She’s a Lady.” No word on whether his bold version of Prince’s “Kiss” (a top 10 hit in 1988) made it in the set list or not.

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