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Darryl Jones Wiki/Biography
Darryl Jones was born on the 11th December 1961, in Chicago, Illinois USA, of African- American descent, and is a musician, and guitarist, who is probably best recognized all over the world for being a bass player in the Rolling Stones, an English rock band. Previously, he played in several bands, including alongside Sting and Miles Davis. His musical career has been active since 1980.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Darryl Jones is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Jones’ net worth is over $6 million, accumulated through his successful career in the music industry.
Darryl Jones Net Worth $6 Million
Darryl Jones was raised in his hometown, where he took music lessons from his father, who was a drummer, but when he saw his neighbor playing the bass guitar, he decided to switch and began studying that instrument. He attended Chicago Vocational High School, where he began performing with various stage bands and the orchestra. Upon matriculation, he enrolled at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, but soon started to pursue a career on the music scene.
Thus, Jones’ career began during the 1980s, when he began working as a studio musician in New York City. There he met Vince Wilburn, the nephew of jazz legend Miles Davis, who told him that Davis needed a bass player, so he joined him on tour in 1983. Furthermore, he played on Davis’ studio albums “Decoy”, which was released in the following year, and “You’re Under Arrest” in 1985. This marked the beginning of an increase to his net worth.
During the same year, he became a bass player in Sting’s band, which consisted of members Kenny Kirkland, Branford Marsalis, and Omar Hakim. He played on Sting’s debut studio album, entitled “Dream Of The Blue Turtles” (1985), spawning such singles as “Love Is The Seventh Wave”, “Fortress Around Your Heart”, “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free”, among others, and which reached No. 2 on the US Billboard 200, and No. 3 on the UK Albums Charts; it was nominated for several category awards, including Album of the Year, Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, and Best Engineered Recording. Afterwards, he was heard on the live album “Bring On The Night”, as well as seen in the same named documentary film about the band. All of these added a considerable amount to his net worth.
Upon the retirement of The Rolling Stone’s bass player Bill Wyman, Jones joined the band in 1993. Since then, his career has only gone upwards, as well as his net worth, as he has toured with the band several times. His first album with them, entitled “Voodoo Lounge”, was released in 1994. During the following year out came “Stripped”, and by the 2000s, he had played on “Bridges To Babylon” (1997), and “No Security” (1998). Most recently, he played on the band’s 2016 album entitled “Blue & Lonesome”, which increased further his net worth.
To speak further about his career, Jones has also collaborated with such famous musicians as Madonna, Eric Clapton, Cher, Bob Dylan, among many others. Currently, he is a member of the blues rock and funk band Stone Raiders.
When it comes to his personal life, Darryl Jones keeps it private, as there is no information or even rumours in the media about relationships, or anything else.
|Full Name||Darryl Jones|
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 11, 1961|
|Place Of Birth||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Education||Southern Illinois University Carbondale|
|Music Groups||The Dead Daisies, Stone Raiders, Midnight Moses, Long Way To Go, Make Some Noise|
|Movies||Be Cool, Village of the Damned, Bring on the Night|
|1||Replaced Bill Wyman in the Rolling Stones.|
|2||Has toured with Miles Davis, Sting and Madonna.|
|3||Jazz bass player and composer.|
|Village of the Damned||1995||Highway Patrolman|
|The Father Clements Story||1987||TV Movie|
|Love Jones||1997||musician: bass|
|Madonna: Blond Ambition World Tour Live||1990||TV Movie documentary musician: bass|
|Every Night's a Saturday Night||2016||Documentary post-production||Himself|
|The Rolling Stones: Sweet Summer Sun - Hyde Park Live||2013||Documentary|
|Rolling Stones: One More Shot||2012||TV Movie||Himself|
|Shine a Light||2008||Documentary||Himself - The Rolling Stones: bass guitar|
|Salt of the Earth||2007||Video documentary||Himself - Bass Guitar|
|Rolling Stones: Forty Licks World Tour Live at Madison Square Garden||2003||TV Special||Himself - Bass Guitar|
|The Rolling Stones: Bridges to Babylon Tour '97-98||1997||TV Movie documentary||Himself (Bass)|
|Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge||1995||TV Movie documentary||Himself (Bass)|
|Rolling Stones: Stripped||1995||TV Movie||Himself|
|Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge Souvenir Video||1994||Video||Himself|
|Madonna: Truth or Dare||1991||Documentary||Himself - Bass|
|Bring on the Night||1985||Documentary||Himself|