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JACK JONES' respect for songs that tell stories with meaning and beauty led him to record works by the greatest balladeers of all time: Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen, Cole Porter, the Gershwins, Harold Arlen, Michel Legrand and Alan & Marilyn Bergman. His talent and commitment to his art earned him two Grammy awards for Best Pop Male Vocal Performance with his hit singles "Lollipops and Roses" by Anthony Velona and Bacharach/David's "Wives and Lovers."

He has also received Grammy nods for 1998's "Jack Jones Paints a Tribute to Tony Bennett," "The Impossible Dream" (1966), and his recording of "Wives and Lovers." Some of his best-known songs include "What I Did For Love," "The Impossible Dream", "Call Me Irresponsible," "Strangers in the Night," and "All or Nothing at All." His vocal finesse has become the distinctive stamp for such unforgettable film and television title songs as Funny Face, The Love Boat, Anzio, Where Love Has Gone, Love with the Proper Stranger, and A Ticklish Affair.

Jones is renowned as a leading interpreter of musical theater, with acclaimed performances in The Man of La Mancha, Guys and Dolls, South Pacific, She Loves Me, and Pajama Game.

With more than 50 recorded albums (17 of them charting Billboard's Top 20) and consistently sold-out world tours, Jack Jones continues to charm audiences with his wit, sensitivity, and vocal power.

In 1989 Jones he was honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, close to the star of his father, actor Allan Jones.