Mick Jones : A Famous British Musician

Michael Geoffrey Jones, a British musician, singer, and composer, was best known as The Clash’s lead guitarist, co-lead vocalist, co-founding member, and songwriter from 1977 until 1983

A British guitarist, singer, and songwriter named Mick Jones have a 10 million dollar net worth. His involvement with the rock band The Clash made him most renowned

He lived with his maternal grandmother Stella Class for a significant portion of his early years in South London. Grant Shapps, a Conservative and Welwyn Hatfield’s representative

When he was 21, Bernie Rhodes in a Shepherd’s Bush squat introduced him and Paul Simonon to Joe Strummer. The band started while practicing in a derelict railroad warehouse in Camden Town

Jones talked about the band rejoining before Strummer’s passing while promoting the band’s 2013 box set, Sound System, which he claims will be his final effort on Clash music

Jones has also, on occasion, worked as a producer. He worked on Ellen Foley’s second studio album, Spirit of St. Louis, in 1981

Jones and Mick Ronson collaborated on the production of Ian Hunter’s Short Back ‘n’ Sides LP in 1981. He contributed vocals and guitar to several of the tracks on the album