Knowledge Identifier: +John_Paul_Jones_(musician)
Born in 1946.
Countries: United Kingdom (59%), United States (34%), Turkey (2%)
Linked to: Foo Fighters, Alembic Inc, Heart, Iron Maiden
In 1964, on the recommendation of Meehan, Jones began studio session work with Decca Records
In June 1966, Page joined The Yardbirds, and in 1967 Jones contributed to that band's "Little Games" album
Jones was Madeline Bell's first choice to produce and arrange her 1974 album "Comin' Atcha"
Since Led Zeppelin dissolved in 1980 with the death of Bonham, Jones has collaborated with a number of artists, including Diamanda Galás, R.E.M., Jars of Clay, Heart, Ben E. King, Peter Gabriel, Foo Fighters, Lenny Kravitz, Cinderella, The Mission, La Fura dels Baus, Brian Eno, the Butthole Surfers and Uncle Earl
He recorded and toured with singer Diamanda Galás on her 1994 album, "The Sporting Life"
"Zooma", his debut solo album, was released in September 1999 on Robert Fripp's DGM label and followed up in 2001 by "The Thunderthief"
In 2008, Jones produced Nickel Creek singer-fiddler Sara Watkins' debut solo album
On 16 September 2012, Jones appeared at the Sunflower Jam charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London, performing alongside guitarist
On May 1, 2013, Jones appeared with Seasick Steve at a concert at the Roundhouse in Camden, London