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Jones grew up in Bolton with mother Kathy, dad Alan and sister Vicky. The family also kept two police dogs as pets. During his teens he attended the Thornleigh Salesian College alongside older sister Vicky, however, because of his unique influences and dress-sense, was bullied (later going on to write the song Not Alone, on the bands first album, about his ordeal).
His earliest claim-to-fame as a teenager was when he was in a band with sister Vicky called Y2K, who appeared on CBBC talent show "Steps to the Stars" in 2000 singing a cover of Alanis Morissette`s Thank U. The band made it into the final, coming through at 2nd place. Shortly after turning 15, Jones entered two separate competitions - an open-mic singing competition, where he sang an Oasis number, and a songwriting competition a year later (versions of this song, Silence Of the City, a song written by Jones and his mother to commemorate 9/11, can be found on the internet) winning both competitions. Jones claims that he also spent a lot of his later years of school playing clubs and bars for money - this decision was supported by his parents.
Jones performing at iTunes Live.McFly rose to fame in 2004, this was heavily influenced by their association with former band Busted who helped launch them by offering them the position of support act in their tour, A Present For Everyone. Jones met Tom Fletcher when he auditioned for the boyband V (whom he had mistaken as being a more Bustedesque band), Fletcher, who was filming the auditions for Island Records, later approached Jones. The two conversed and found they had common interests and so Fletcher invited Jones to write with him and James Bourne. When writing projects for Busted had ended, the two began writing for their own (as of yet, unnanmed) band, eventually moving, temporarily, into the InterContinental Hotel, in London. Drummer (Harry Judd) and bassist (Dougie Poynter) were subsequently recruited via an advert placed by the duo in the NME magazine.
Jones has co-written all four of McFly`s studio albums along with his fellow band members. He also penned three of his own, solo, tracks, on the first three McFly albums. Jones also often takes the role of lead guitarist in most performances, with Fletcher acting as rhythm guitar, and can be seen performing solos in songs such as That Girl. Jones is left-handed but plays his guitar right-handed.
Jones currently resides in his London apartment; situated on the top floor of a three-storey apartment block; bandmate Dougie Poynter lives on the bottom floor, with the band`s personal studio situated in the middle. Other bandmates Judd and Fletcher also live in the same gated community, commonly known as McFly Village. During 2007 Jones also bought himself a beagle puppy whom he named Brucie (in honour of his idol Bruce Springsteen).
Jones has two tattoos - a large music tribute, complete with music notes and song lyrics from Bruce Springsteen`s `If I Should Fall Behind`, star and part of a guitar, covering the calf of his right leg, and the words "Good ef" across the top of his foot (meaning Good Effort; the other McFly members have similar tattoos.)
Television and film appearances
Jones has appeared alongside his McFly bandmates in numerous TV shows. In January 2005, they guest-starred in an episode of the long-running British drama series Casualty, and in 2007 made a cameo in the Doctor Who episode "The Sound of Drums". They also appeared on Ghosthunting with... and Gordon Ramsay's The F Word. McFly also appeared in Hollyoaks
Jones has appeared with McFly at many televised music events, including T4 on the Beach and the first and second annual Nickelodeon UK Kids Choice Awards. They also starred in the teen comedy film Just My Luck with Lindsay Lohan and Chris Pine. Jones has appeared on several shows without his bandmates, including Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Celebrity Juice and game show 8 out of 10 cats.
On 4 October 2009 Jones appeared on All Star Family Fortunes with his family, playing against Zöe Lucker.
As of 15 January 2010, Jones participated in the British ITV1 celebrity reality television programme Popstar to Operastar. He was voted off during the fourth week by public vote, losing out to Marcella Detroit.
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Daniel Alan David Jones
Freckles (Arms and face), Beautiful Blue Eyes, Tattoos (One on one leg, other on the back, one on one foot and a rose in one arm, sleeve on left arm)
Alan Jones (who left Danny's Mum when Danny was in America Filming "Just My Luck")
Tom Fletcher (Band Mate), Harry Judd (Band Mate), Dougie Poynter (Band Mate)
Brucey (Dog) , Ralphie (Dog) 
Spag Boll, Warm Cookies, Cake, Chocolate Eclairs
Favorite TV Shows
Police Camera Action
The E-Street Band, The Who
Motion In The Ocean - Live DVD , Wonderland Tour DVD , Greatest Hits Tour DVD , Mcfly - Down Under , Radio: Active Tour Live 2008 
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Daniel Alan David "Danny" Jones (born 12 March 1986) is an English musician who is one of the lead vocalists and guitarists for pop-rock band McFly. Jones' fellow band members are Tom Fletcher (guitar and vocals), Dougie Poynter (bass and vocals), and Harry Judd (drums). Jones is married to former Miss England, Georgia Horsley. They married in Georgia's home town Malton, North Yorkshire on August 2, 2014.
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Thornleigh Salesian College, Bolton
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Musician, singer-songwriter, producer, actor
Vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, ukulele, bass guitar
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