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Vocalzone Fine Tunes Tom Jones' Vocal Cords.

POOLE, England, December 17 /PRNewswire/ -- As a result of Sir Tom Jones citing his use of Vocalzone on Top Gear (14/12/2008) Kestrel, the (Poole based) makers of the Throat Pastille which is also known to be used Snoop Dogg, Madonna, Joss Stone and Robbie Williams, has been inundated with enquiries from literally thousands of aspiring singers that watch the programme.

Sir Tom Jones was asked by Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear if he took anything to maintain his voice. Sir Tom replied that he uses Vocalzone Throat Pastilles and that they are "Great, unbelievable, they are made in England and they are great things."

"We received over 27,000 hits on our website http://www.vocalzone.com in the first hour after the programme) with the majority of enquiries asking where they can buy Vocalzone Throat Pastilles. Frankly we're surprised by just how many people watching Top Gear are also keen performers!"

Vocalzone Throat Pastilles are recommended for relief of irritations due to excessive speaking, singing or smoking. They are available through most branches of Boots, independent chemists and selected local music stores.

Note to Editor

Vocalzone Throat Pastilles were created 100 years ago for the Italian tenor The Great Caruso (the first man to sell 1,000,000 records).

Vocalzone are used by performers all over the world and have current endorsements from Sir Tom Jones, Ian Storey, Stereophonics, Katherine Jenkins, Supergrass, Jon Regen, Carlinhos Brown and The Beatles Beat.

(Endorsements online at http://www.vocalzone.com/celeb.html)

Other known Vocalzone users include Snoop Dogg, Madonna, James Hetfield, Bette Midler, Burt Bacharach, Christopher Cazenove, David Bowie, Joss Stone, Julie Andrews, Vince Neil, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, Placido Domingo, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Travis, Alexander Armstrong, Robbie Williams, Cerys from Catatonia and Jarvis Cocker

Links to articles on Vocalzone:

http://members.tripod.com/~SimplyFussFree/jprofile.html - Jarvis Cocker

http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/dogg-doesnt-chicken-out-asking-for-special-treats-20081103-5gz6.html - Snoop Dogg

http://nymag.com/news/features/45102/ - Bette Midler

Kestrel Medical Ltd, Kestrel House, 7 Moor Road, Broadstone, Poole, Dorset, Phone +44(0)1202-658444, Fax +44(0)1202-659599

Contact: George Ponsford, Sales and Marketing Director. Kestrel Medical Ltd, Kestrel House, 7 Moor Road, Broadstone, Poole, Dorset, Phone +44(0)1202-658444, Fax +44(0)1202-659599
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