An American singer and songwriter named Glenn Jones. He achieved his greatest fame while serving as the Flaming Lips’ lead singer from 1983 to 1991. Additionally, he has six solo albums to his credit, the most recent of which, My Life, came out in 2014.
Glenn Jones’s Biography
Famous graphic designer Glenn Jones was born in New Zealand on January 12, 1975. His distinctive and understated t-shirt designs helped him become a household name on the internet in the middle of the 2000s as a graphic designer and illustrator.
This resulted in the development of his own brand and appearances in magazines including Men’s Health Magazine, Esquire, and Wired. Capricorn is Glenn Jones’ zodiac sign, according to astrologers.
He wed Julia, and they have a number of kids together.
Glenn Jones is 44 years old as of right now.
Before making a successful transition into the R&B genre, Jones began his career as a gospel vocalist, performing and recording with the Florida-based gospel group the Modulations.
When Norman Connors included the vocalist on the song “Melancholy Fire” from his album Take It to the Limit in 1980, it marked the beginning of his R&B music career. As a result of its single release, the song climbed as high as No. 20 on the Billboard R&B chart.
While on tour with Connors, Jones inked a contract with RCA in 1983.
He released the top 30 R&B single, “I Am Somebody,” on his five-track mini-album Everybody Loves a Winner that same year.
In 1984, Finesse, his debut full-length album, was published.
On the R&B charts, the single “Show Me” peaked at No. 3. “Bring Back Your Love,” the second song, peaked at No. 18 on the R&B charts.
In 1985, he began the recording process for his third RCA album, Take It from Me, which was released the following year. The Youngblood movie included the album’s title track.
After relocating to Jive in 1987, Jones had success with “We’ve Only Just Begun,” which peaked at No. 2 on the R&B chart for Billboard magazine. The song served as the album’s debut single when Glenn Jones was released in 1987.
All for You, his final album with Jive, reached No. 27 on the R&B album charts. Teddy Riley, a then-less well-known producer, worked on the title track and “Can We Try Again.”
Jones transferred to Atlantic Records in 1991. Jones issued the album Here I Go Again in the same year.  The album’s lead hit, “Here I Go Again,” was the only one of his to top the R&B singles charts.
“I’ve Been Searchin’ (Nobody Like You),” the second single, peaked at No. 8 in R&B and was also a hit.  The song “Round and Round” from his 1994 album Here I Am, which peaked at No. 24 on the R&B charts, was a minor hit.
Jones’ 1990 song “Stay,” which the British girl group Eternal recorded and released as their debut single in 1993, peaked at No. 4 in the UK and No. 19 on the US Billboard charts.
In 1998 and 2002, respectively, Jones released the albums It’s Time and Feels Good (Peak Records), neither of which did particularly well on the charts.
Glenn Jones’s Net Worth
Glenn Jones’ estimated net worth or annual income is $700,000. He has amassed such money thanks to his principal occupation as a graphic designer.
Facts of Glenn Jones
- Age 44 is Glenn Jones’ age.
- on January 12, 1975, was born.
- Capricorn is the birth sign.