1/1 Paul Jones's musical career stretches back to the 1960's where he enjoyed chart success as front-man with the group Manfred Mann.
As a solo pop artist he continued that success with songs like 'High Time' and 'I've been a Bad Bad Boy'.
Paul turned to acting and his career in television include appearances in Z cars, Space 1999 and The Sweeney. He's also appeared in films and on stage.
Amongst his numerous gold albums is one for the original recording of Evita.
Paul founded The Blues Band in the late 1970's and is still regularly touring with the band.
He's recorded with some of the biggest names in the business including Tina Turner, Percy Sledge and Katie Melua.
Paul tells Tom Morton about his musical journey from 1960's pop star to DJ and music critic and he explains how he became President of the National Harmonica League.