Jack Jones Jones (born John Allan Jones in January 14, 1938) is an American jazz and pop singer.
He was born in Hollywood, California, as the only son of actors Allan Jones and Irene Hervey. He was one of the most popular vocalists of the 1960s. He was rated highly by Frank Sinatra, and Judy Garland called him the best jazz singer in the world, although Jones was always a straight pop singer and rarely ventured in the direction of jazz. Jones won two Grammy Awards. He performs concerts around the world and remains popular in Las Vegas .
Some of his best-known songs are "Impossible," "Wives And Lovers," "The Race Is On," "Lollipops And Roses," "The Impossible Dream", "Lady," "What I Did for Love", and "The Love Boat Theme". He recorded "Strangers in the Night" before Sinatra did.
Jones has acted in such minor films as "The Comeback" and feature length British TV comedy "Cruise of the Gods". In the latter he starred alongside comedy writers/actors Steve Coogan, David Walliams and Rob Brydon.
Jones had a well-publicised relationship with the actress, Susan George. He was married briefly to actress Jill St. John.