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“It’s a powerful thing; to have something solidified in your life is kind of cool.”He might be happily married and in his early thirties now, but Jones still enjoys the occasional bit of rock star behaviour.
“We still have it in us; I have rock and roll moments with my friends to this day,” he says.”I still like to have a good time and enjoy it ...
Head of Thornleigh Salesian College, Alison Burrowes, said: “Fortunately, we have one of the most thriving music departments in Bolton now and our students are actively encouraged to take part in music and all of the arts subjects.
We are very proud of our high standards when it comes to music and productions.
Tom Jones' early style was heavily indebted to Elvis Presley and many UK record companies found him too abrasive and raucous.
The song 'It's Not Unusual', composed by Gordon Mills and Les Reed became an immediate hit in 1965.
’ Stupid stuff,” the Bolton singer, now 31, reveals. If I didn’t have the private lessons going on in the background I probably would have given it up completely, if it wasn’t for my mum and my family believing in me.” With his Instagram account depicting exotic travels, recording studio japes and Jones on stage in front of thousands of adoring fans, the upbeat star clearly had the last laugh after he left Thornleigh Salesian College in 2002.
He has sold over 100 million records across the globe and is considered one of the world's most iconic singers.
Danny Jones has topped the charts and performed to sold-out arenas as part of pop-rock band Mc Fly, but things could have been very different if he had listened to the bullies who targeted him at school.
They took exception to the then 13-year-old learning to play the guitar, and their taunts almost led him to give up on his passion. I hated walking down the corridor with my guitar, people saying, ‘Oh what’s that, are you going to play us a tune?
But Danny insists he was pleasantly surprised by how well the contestants coped with rejection.
Danny said: “We try and give them the most positive feedback we can while trying to be as honest as we can.
But you kind of vibe off how vulnerable the kid is feeling at the time.