Jade Jones is an English R&B singer turned chef. He is best known for being the lead singer of the band Damage. He was born to a British-Jamaican father and an English mother. After leaving Damage, Jones joined CherryBlackStone, which appeared on Channel 4's Bo in the USA. In 2006, he participated in and went on to win the Channel 4 reality show The Games. Jones left CherryBlackStone in 2008 following his son's birth and became a full-time trainee chef. He has reportedly been putting in stints at the Lord Stanley in London's Camden Town sister pub the Lansdowne in Primrose Hill, and he also works at Claridge's. In 2014, Jones appeared with three of the original Damage members—Rahsaan J Bromfield, Andrez Harriott and Noel Simpson—in the second series of The Big Reunion on ITV2.
|Born:||February 12, 1979, London, England|
|Origin:||Finchley, London, England|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, television personality|
|Labels:||Big Life, Cooltempo, EMI|
|Associated acts:||Damage, CherryBlackStone|
|IMDb:||Jade Jones (singer)'s IMDb|
About Jade Jones
Most famous as the frontman of the English rhythm and blues band Damage, he is also notable for his work with the funk-rock group CherryBlackStone. His hit singles with Damage include "Forver," "Love Guaranteed," and "Ghetto Romance."
The son of a British mother and a Jamaican-born father, he spent his youth in London, England. He released Forever, his first album with Damage, in 1997.
In 2008, he put his music career on hold to train as a chef.
He began a relationship with Spice Girls vocalist Emma Bunton in the early 2000s. The couple welcomed sons named Beau and Tate in 2007 and 2011, respectively.
In 2006, he won the Jamie Theakston-hosted reality television sports contest The Games.
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