He was eventually replaced by Javier Weyler. He has been credited for writing and performing on two of the band's new tracks, "You're My Star" and "My Own Worst Enemy". "C'est la Vie" was released as the first single of the album. Stereophonics stormed offstage at a gig in Singapore after lead singer Kelly Jones was hit by a sandal. He singled out Hear'Say for particular criticism. Kelly Jones was born youngest of three boys for Beryl and Arwyn Jones in the small Welsh former mining village of Cwmaman, spending his childhood with them and his two older brothers, Kevin and Lee. September 2007 Allgemeine Informationen: Herkunft Cwmaman, Wales: Genre(s) Alternative Rock, Indie-Rock, Britpop: Gründung 1992 als Tragic Love Company: Website www.stereophonics.com: Aktuelle Besetzung Gesang, Gitarre. Described as "classic UK rock delivered with whiskey vocals",[7] the band have been summarised as possessing a sound akin to the genres of alternative rock and "British traditional rock". He is the lead singer and lead guitarist of the rock band Stereophonics. find out more about Kelly Jones ‘Don’t Let The Devil Take Another Day Film’ Listen Now. "If this sort of thing goes on, creativity will just fly out of the window," said Kelly Jones, Stereophonics' lead singer. Stuart does not appear on any of the extra footage. On 20 May 2007, at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Preston, the band were joined on stage by Casino frontman Adam Zindani. A successful compilation album, Decade in the Sun, was released in November 2008 and charted at number two on the UK Album Chart. Kelly … [7] Jones has generated headlines several times by criticising fellow Britpop and post-Britpop musical artists, most notably Radiohead frontman and solo artist Thom Yorke. Zindani continued to tour with the band for the remainder of the Pull the Pin tour, playing lead guitar and backing vocals. Bob Dylan reveals an unsuspected love for Stereophonics This article is more than 3 years old In a long interview discussing his new album, the singer unveils his admiration for the Welsh rockers Still in the Mix; Stereophonics' Lead Singer Kelly Jones Talks Compilation Tapes, the Secret of His Band's Longevity and His Kids' Knack for Picking Hit Singles with Marion McMullen . [34] The second single from the album, "Could You Be the One? It was the first Stereophonics album since Keep Calm and Carry On, marking the first time they had not released a record within two years. On 8 December 2009, the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games announced the line up for performers for the nightly Victory Ceremonies. Their fifth studio album, Language. The band's debut album, Word Gets Around, also went gold in the UK.[28]. Other? Kelly Jones (born 3 June 1974) is a Welsh singer-songwriter from Cwmaman, Wales. ", "One Minute With... Kelly Jones, Stereophonics", "Stereophonics @ The Forum, Melbourne (04/05/08)", "Stereophonics: The critics hate us – so what? on 4 December 2017. "We wish the boys in Snow Patrol all the best and a speedy recovery. On 2 July 2005, the group appeared at the Live 8 concert in Hyde Park, London, playing to their biggest audience yet. Kelly Jones [GB] Lead singer, guitar, piano Richard Jones [GB2] Bass and backing vocals Stuart Cable Drums Jamie Morrison Drums (2012-...) Meta. Wayne Coleman organised a series of concerts throughout South Wales after receiving a demo from the band. [29] Steve Gorman, from the Black Crowes, stood in for Cable during the band's live performances until Weyler was appointed. Added by Bastien. Cable, at the time, presented a TV show called "Cable TV" and felt that the band would never improve. Footage of the concert was released on VHS and DVD, titled Live at Cardiff Castle. [40] On 4 November, the first single from the new album, "In a Moment", was released as a free download from the band's website. This created speculation that Jones would leave Stereophonics to pursue his solo career, however he denied this. It was intended for an October 2012 release date and took nearly two years to complete. Two weeks later, Jones and Cable started speaking again in the Ivy Bush. Jones wrote the song "Rainbows and Pots of Gold" in response to the event. The singer-songwriter admitted he initially struggled to deal with the process. [44] On 21 March 2015, Stereophonics performed in Bristol and in London's Royal Albert Hall and debuted 3 new songs "C'est La Vie", "I Wanna Get Lost With You" and "Song for the Summer" which are to be on their 9th album Keep the Village Alive with the release date of 11 September. In the same week, the band re-released the single "Local Boy in the Photograph", which in turn reached number fourteen in the UK Singles Chart. He also flirted with the idea of career in boxing, and was a successful fighter at junior levels.[3]. For information about the audio production technique, see. News; Music; Tour; Sign Up; Videos; Gallery; Official Store; Out Now. DON'T LET THE DEVIL TAKE ANOTHER DAY - 3LP - £38. [17] They agreed to give the band another go but Cable only wanted to play their own songs, to which Jones agreed. [2] As his band progressed from covers to performing original material, Jones brought his gift for narrative to his lyrics. The band released "All In One Night" on the same day as the lead single from it. [47][48], On 27 July 2017 the band announced Scream Above the Sounds as the title for the album and will be released on 27 October 2017. Sex. Lead singer Kelly Jones At the racecourse they were expecting an audience of 80,000 but the stadium has a capacity of only 72,000. Having sold around 10 million copies worldwide,[9][10] Stereophonics are one of the most successful Welsh rock acts. Because of this, he missed several rehearsals and live concerts. [41] On the same day, NME.com reported that the album would be titled Graffiti on the Train. The group took a break after their 2003–2004 world tour, which included a set at the Manchester Move Festival in July 2004. The Welsh rock group’s main man recalls scribbling lyrics on paper bags, dabbling in scriptwriting, and struggling with “life block” B orn and raised in Cwmaman, South Wales, singer-songwriter Kelly Jones is the gravel-voiced frontman of rock band Stereophonics. [33] The album's debut single was "Innocent". Stereophonics' lead singer, Kelly Jones, who lived in the same street as Cable in Cwmaman, south Wales, during their childhood, said: "I sent him … The album contains twelve songs and reached number one in the UK's official album chart. The song's lyrics were slightly altered for the follow-up series, Long Way Down and Long Way Up, Stereophonics have come in for heavy criticism for allowing their gig at Cardiff International Arena to go ahead on 15 March 2020 amid fears over the COVID-19 pandemic and despite the planned ban on mass gatherings by the Government of the United Kingdom. Produced by the group's lead-singer and guitarist Kelly Jones and Jim Lowe, it was released on 4 March 2013 on their own Stylus Records. Both of his parents worked in factories. Stereophonics also performed the original opening theme tune for the TV series Long Way Round. Die Stereophonics sind eine walisische Rockband. Stereophonics news press conference ahead of concert at Morfa Stadium in Swansea Friday 30th July 1999 Kelly Jones lead guitarist and lead singer... Kelly Jones of Stereophonics performs on stage in concert at Electric Brixton on March 4 2013 in London England Kelly sings lead vocals and guitar, Richard Jones plays bass guitar, piano and … On Saturday, Stereophonics' lead singer Kelly Jones married his long-term girlfriend, MTV management honcho Jakki Healy, in Co Clare, Ireland. Stereophonics' lead singer Kelly Jones said: "We are excited to finish our summer run headlining Saturday night at Latitude. This event has been added to your Plans. Sie wurde 2005 durch den Song Dakota international bekannt. was released in March 2005. Highlights; Originals 8; Covers 25; Releases 25; All; Covers by Stereophonics. The band were performing at Fort Canning Park on Friday (April 30) when a fan hurled a flip-flop at Jones' face, who halted their performance to pick up the object. "Just Looking" was released next and reached number four in March 1999. After "Superman" came "Devil", featuring a controversial video and reaching number eleven in the charts. In February 1998, the band received a BRIT Award for Best New Group. Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones says he has “learned a lot” from his 15-year-old son, Colby, who came out as transgender earlier this year. [35] After the Keep Calm and Carry On Tour concluded, and their contract with Universal at an end, Kelly Jones wanted to change the way the band works and so decided to take a break from writing and recording an album every two years.[36]. Simon Collier was the first guitarist brought in, but didn't stay in the band; he did, however, become Kelly's guitar technician. The album included the track "Mr. [32] These ceremonies included 30 minutes of entertainment from the evening's host province/territory, 30 minutes of medal presentations, and a one-hour performance by a musical talent. The band embarked on a seven-date tour to support the new album in March 2010 playing at Aberdeen, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield and London. [14] In 1986 the band recorded a demo under the name "Zephyr". The concerts were supported by Ash, Black Crowes and the Crocketts, with Proud Mary playing Donington only. Jones' talent for writing was apparent in his youth. [31] "It Means Nothing" was the first single of the album, released in September before the LP was released a week later on 15 October. The band is part of the Cardiff music scene. His father coached youth football and pursued his own singing career. Jones was arrested, but his friend did not press charges. He explained: "We were recording the sixth Stereophonics album last year and in-between takes I started doing these songs off the cuff. This explains Jones' hairstyle (circa 2003/2004) in the interview footage and the appearance of Stuart and the rest of the band freely talking about their togetherness and solidarity as the original three members. The original footage was updated by adding further footage to the end, bringing it up to date with the band's fifth album. It was intended for an October 2012 release date and took nearly two years to complete. In November 2008, Stereophonics released their first greatest hits compilation, Decade in the Sun. List of all Stereophonics tour dates, concerts, support acts, reviews and venue info. "[8][9] He later expressed regret for this comment, since he was a fan of Yorke. The album is a two-disc compilation, featuring twenty tracks spanning all five of the band's albums and capturing the best of their 2005 world tour. Kelly Jones and Stuart Cable lived on the same street in the Welsh village of Cwmaman. Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones, 45, revealed his daughter has transitioned. Following this Jones moved onto football, where he played for his county. However, their debut LP Word Gets Around, helped by a busy touring schedule that included a support slot on fellow Welsh band Manic Street Preachers' 1996–97 tour, peaked at number 6 on the UK Albums Chart. Later,[b] Jones invited Paul Rosser and Chris Davies to play on bass guitar and keyboards, respectively. Writer", which includes lyrics that criticise a critic who the band believe gave them a negative review. [39] On 8 October 2012, Stereophonics released the video to a track titled "Violins and Tambourines" from the upcoming album. "We wish the boys in Snow Patrol all the best and a speedy recovery. The band were also scheduled to support Oasis for a number of dates across Europe, in early 2006, but pulled out due to family commitments. The band released their third album, Just Enough Education to Perform, in April 2001. In 1996, after several years on the south Wales live circuit, Stereophonics were the first band to be signed to Richard Branson's new Virgin Records label V2. Hyde did however play harmonica on "Rooftop" for the band's 2001 album Just Enough Education to Perform. Speaking on Fearne Cotton’s Happy Places podcast, Kelly, 45, who is the lead singer of band Stereophonics, revealed that Colby first came out to him as a lesbian. The DVD is a double disc with a runtime of nearly four hours. Jones heard Cable played drums so asked if he wanted to jam together. On 12 June 1998, Stereophonics played to over 10,000 spectators in the grounds of Cardiff Castle in Wales. He is the lead singer and lead guitarist of the rock band Stereophonics. In late September 2014, it was announced via their Twitter page that a new album has been mixed and that it should be released in 2015. They also collaborated with Tom Jones on a cover of the Randy Newman song "Mama Told Me Not To Come", for the Tom Jones album Reload. In August 1997, the band released their first studio album, Word Gets Around, which reached number six in the UK charts, from which five singles were released. The concert, known as "Summer in the City", was played to a sold-out audience of 30,000. [20] After Hyde left, the band stuck as a three-piece act. He went on to secure a record deal with Polydor, who renamed him 'Arwyn Davidson' due to the sheer number of Joneses in the music business at the time. Kelly Jones and Stuart Cable lived on the same street[11] in the Welsh village of Cwmaman. Stereophonics performed their song "I Got Your Number" at this event on 20 February - Yukon Night. On 9 October 2007, a retrospective DVD was released in the United States, Rewind: The First 10 Years. Kelly Jones is the lead singer of the Stereophonics. They will embark on the Scream Above The Sounds tour in 2018. In that same month, the album was released, entering at number one and going platinum within three weeks. Kelly Jones – Help Me Make It Through The Night They started dating in the year 2008 and finally tied the knot in late 2013 in a beautiful ceremony at a quaint church in Ireland. Stereophonics lead singer Kelly Jones, back home for a family funeral, told BBC Wales they had only been speaking in the past few days and he could not … According to reports, it was because of his lack of commitment to the band. News; Music; Tour; Sign Up; Videos; Gallery; Official Store; Menu . [37] In July 2012 it was announced that Weyler and the band had parted company. [51], This article is about the British rock band. 2003 saw the release of their fourth album, titled You Gotta Go There to Come Back. [25] Brand managed to get over 35 record companies in the UK interested in signing the Stereophonics. Later, Jones invited Paul Rosser and Chris Davies to play on bass guitar and keyboards, respectively. The name of Arwyn's backing band, Oscar and the Kingfishers, earned him the nickname 'Oscar' among friends and family. On 3 March 2011, Stereophonics announced on their Facebook page that they were working on new music in the studio. [15], A few years later,[b] Cable got sacked from the band and after a few weeks after that when on a bus, he waved to Jones who was standing at a bus stop and waved back. Produced by the group's lead-singer and guitarist Kelly Jones and Jim Lowe, it was released on 4 March 2013 on their own Stylus Records. [21] After Tragic Love Company supported Smalltown Heroes in the Borderline Club, London, they met Marshall Bird and Steve Bush who were interested in producing for the band. The next single, "My Friends", reached number thirty-two in the UK charts, their poorest chart performance since "More Life in a Tramps Vest" from their debut album. [14] Cable recalls he was the one who suggested that Jones be the singer, as his dad was a singer back in the sixties who supported Roy Orbison. Towards the end of the year, Stereophonics did a sold-out tour of the UK, ending with a Christmas show at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, supported by Feeder, Ocean Colour Scene and Adam Masterson. The band's seventh album, titled Keep Calm and Carry On, was released on 16 November 2009. [citation needed], In 2007, Jones released his first solo album, Only the Names Have Been Changed, as a limited edition, which managed to reach number 1 on the iTunes download chart. Much of this footage was recorded around the time that the You Gotta Go There to Come Back album was being recorded. [23] After Cable read the manufacturer name of a gramophone, "Falcon Stereophonic", he told Kelly and the band agreed to change their name to "the Stereophonics". The band consists of Kelly Jones (lead vocals, lead guitar, keyboards), Richard Jones (bass guitar, harmonica, backing vocals), Adam Zindani (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Jamie Morrison (drums, percussion) and touring member Tony Kirkham (keyboards). Watch the lead singer of Stereophonics talk to Johnny Vaughan about the art of being the frontman of a rock band. In 1986 the band recorded a demounde… The album was written and recorded by November 2006 but held back for release until late 2007. The track was also available for free to people who pre-ordered tickets for the band's concerts in 2007. [46] During the Keep the Summer Alive Tour, Kelly Jones announced he would like to release the band's tenth studio album "before next summer" to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Word Gets Around, rather than release a compilation album. After some time practising in Jones' dad's garage, Nicholas Geek joined in on guitar. The band achieved their first number one hit in the UK singles charts with the album's first single, "Dakota". [11], Jones and his first girlfriend were together for almost 12 years and had become engaged but split up. [5] He is noted for his raspy voice, which has been described as "whiskey"[6] and has drawn criticism as well as acclaim. The show was closed with a live version of "Merry Xmas Everybody", originally recorded by Slade. Over 200,000 separate tickets were sold for the weekend festival. It was the first Stereophonics album since Keep Calm and Carry On, marking the first time they had not released a record within two years. He has, you could say, happily given me the time of day – quite literally. [11] Jones, Rosser and Davies formed their own R&B band called "Silent Runner" while Cable joined a glam-rock band named "King Catwalk" on drums. [45] In September 2015 the band appeared on BBC Two's Later... with Jools Holland. [18] Stunned by Richard's appearance and bass playing, Cable convinced Kelly to keep him instead of Everett. Upon their release of Pull the Pin, they achieved five consecutive UK number one albums. [10], Jones is known for his cynical view of manufactured pop and has also criticised reality shows such as Popstars and The X Factor, as well as manufactured bands such as Hear'Say. The band agreed and recorded a demo for "A Thousand Trees".[22]. It marked their first recording with new drummer Javier Weyler. He said: "We can all relate to that video – y'know, having to do a hundred fucking idents for radio stations – but that doesn't mean you've got to walk around and be a miserable twat to everybody. Two days later, original drummer Stuart Cable was found dead in his home in Aberdare having choked on his own vomit after binge drinking. Three or four tracks in, I realised that this could actually be something [...] strange how it's always little things that makes big things happen." [38] It was announced on 24 September 2012 that Jamie Morrison, former drummer for Noisettes, had replaced Weyler in the band. Wayne liked it a lot but hated the band name and told them they wouldn't be performing unless they changed it. Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band, which first formed in 1992. [24] In March 1996,[citation needed] the band played a gig at their local Coliseum Theatre, Aberdare with Catatonia and the Pocket Devils. The album contains ten tracks (all named after women) and features minimal instrumentation. Stereophonics. Absolutely brilliant. Pull the Pin was released in the UK on 15 October 2007, along with a download-only taster; "Bank Holiday Monday". The band have also been praised for their live performances, which have landed them headlining slots at many of the UK and Ireland's most high-profile music festivals, including Reading and Leeds in 2000, Glastonbury in 2002, V festival in 2002, the Isle of Wight in 2004 and 2009, Oxegen in 2010, Tramlines Festival and TRNSMT in 2018, and Latitude in 2019. However, that song did not repeat the success of "Dakota", peaking at number thirteen. 2006 also saw the release of Stereophonics' first live album, Live from Dakota. There is a strong autobiographical thread to Jones' writing on Stereophonics' 1997 debut album, Word Gets Around, including an account of his teenage years working on a market stall, "More Life in a Tramps Vest". The performance was released on a DVD in 2002. The album also contained one of the band's most famous tracks, "Have a Nice Day", which reached number five in the UK charts. Stereophonics Stereophonics im Knust, Hamburg, 13. Rather than being a recording of a single show, the tour was recorded every night and the band picked out the best version of each song individually. To promote the new album, Just Enough Education to Perform, the Stereophonics played a two-day festival, which was called A Day at the Races. A third single, the album's title track, was released on 13 May. In January 2019 Stereophonics announced two shows as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission: Thursday 13 June at Westonbirt Arboretum, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire and Sunday 23 June at Thetford Forest, near Brandon, Suffolk.[49]. The concert was filmed and released on DVD the following year. Their debut EP Looks Like Chaplin was not pressed in enough numbers to qualify for the charts, and their next single Local Boy in the Photograph peaked one place shy of the UK Top 50. [42] The album was released on 4 March 2013. Welsh singer-songwriter, guitarist and director and lead singer of the band Stereophonics. A few weeks ago Gord Downie, the lead singer of superstar Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, died from inoperable brain cancer. This is because a similar band history DVD was listed for release shortly after that album but was never released, due to the departure of Stuart Cable. [4], Jones is influenced by musicians such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and the Sex Pistols. In 2002, Jones, drunk, vandalised the house and car of a friend because Jones had discovered the friend was courting his ex-girlfriend. ", was released on 15 February 2010. The album was released under the new distribution label "Parlophone", as the band parted ways with the old label V2. Upon signing, they dropped "the" from their name and simply became "Stereophonics". Read preview. She married a singer-songwriter, guitarist as well as a director, Kelly Jones on 7th December 2013. It became available to pre-order on the same day. Title Performer Release date Originally by ; Angie: Stereophonics: November 8, 1999: The Rolling Stones: Don't Let Me Down: Stereophonics: January 8, … [16] It was the first contact they had since Zephyr had broken up. Throughout 1998 and 1999, the band toured in Europe, Australia and the US. Stereophonics are a Welsh rock band that formed in 1992 in the village of Cwmaman in the Cynon Valley, Wales. The group previously included Stuart Cable (1992–2003) and then Javier Weyler (2004–2012) on drums. ", "Kelly jones – stereophonics singer's violent rage at ex's new love", "Kelly Jones | full Official Chart History", Performance and Cocktails: Live at Morfa Stadium, Call Us What You Want but Don't Call Us in the Morning, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kelly_Jones&oldid=999706124, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using Template:Infobox musical artist with unknown parameters, Articles with unsourced statements from June 2020, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 11 January 2021, at 15:02. Menu . Johnny Vaughan is forging a second career as a … In January 2005, Kelly Jones performed a solo set at the Tsunami Relief Cardiff charity concert at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. [12] Jones heard Cable played drums so asked if he wanted to jam together. [18] The band decided they needed another member to play lead guitar. [citation needed], "Arwyn Davidson Discography – All Countries", "Kelly Jones: I could have been a boxer... or a jailbird! In September 2003, drummer Stuart Cable was sacked. [26] In May 1996,[citation needed] they signed with V2,[27] the first artists to be signed to newly formed record label. Article excerpt. During Jones' youth his uncle, a boxing referee, got him interested in the sport, and he later competed at a high level in South Wales. Availability coincides with the US re-release of the Language.Sex.Violence.Other? Later that year, the band played in front of 50,000 people at Morfa Stadium in Swansea. Afterwards, the band embarked on a successful world tour. Kelly Jones is the lead singer of the Stereophonics. That combined with the band's new album JEEP - Just Enough Education To Perform - at the top of the charts, the re-scheduled event is likely to be a sell-out. 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