Mick Jones (2)
Before his success with Foreigner he was member of several bands like The Hustlers, Nero And The Gladiators, State Of Micky & Tommy (with Gladiators drummer Tommy Brown) and Spooky Tooth, and also worked as a session musician for Peter Frampton and George Harrison. In the 60s he worked as musician and arranger in France along with Tommy Brown (3).
With Ian McDonald he formed Foreigner in 1976 and today he's the only original member that is still part of Foreigner.
Inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2013.
He is the stepfather of DJ, remixer, producer and songwriter Mark Ronson.
- 2 Remix
- 50 Vocals
- 84 Instruments & Performance
- 794 Writing & Arrangement
- 1 Featuring & Presenting
- 36 Conducting & Leading
- 168 Production
- 13 Technical
- 2 Visual
- 1 Acting, Literary & Spoken
- 1 Management
|Mick Jones (2)||Mick Jones (Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||US||1989||Sell This Version|
|PR 2995||Mick Jones (2)||Jones Alone (LP, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||PR 2995||US||1989||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|Micky Jones* & Tomy Brown*||Micky Jones* & Tomy Brown* - L'ours Et La Poupée (EP)||Riviera (3), Riviera (3)||France||1970||Sell This Version|
|6009 109||Micky Jones* & Tommy Brown (3)||Micky Jones* & Tommy Brown (3) - Tumuc Humac (7", Single)||Philips||6009 109||France||1970||Sell This Version|
|231 364, N° 231364||Micky Jones* & Tomy Brown*||Micky Jones* & Tomy Brown* - L'ours Et La Poupée (7" EP, Jukebox) (7", EP)||Riviera (3), Riviera (3)||231 364, N° 231364||France||1970||Sell This Version|
|Mick Jones (2)||Everything That Comes Around (Single)||Atlantic||US||1989||Sell This Version|
|Mick Jones (2)||Just Wanna Hold (Single, Maxi)||Atlantic||Germany||1989||Sell This Version|
|PR 3018-2||Mick Jones (2)||4 Wheels Turnin' (CD, Single, Promo)||Atlantic||PR 3018-2||US||1989||Sell This Version|