JP Jones is a British songwriter and artist. As frontman in the band Grace he received much acclaim for his writing ('jaw-droppingly good' Sunday Times) and since the group's split has gone onto work with and write for Chrissie Hynde (with whom he formed the band JP Chrissie And The Fairground Boys in the USA, gaining nationwide critical acclaim, "Near perfect" New York Daily News), Cher (she covers his song 'Sirens' on her new album) and Nell Bryden.

JP has had songs covered by The Voice Ireland winner Pat Byrne and has recently written with a number of up and coming artists (including hotly tipped Ryan Ashley (PMR/Universal). He's also written with a number of other writers including Amy Wadge (Ed Sheeran) and Toby Smith (Jamiroquai), and has had his song 'Sirens' personally endorsed by Gary Barlow.

JP works between London and his home town of Cardiff. He also has a solo artist project Son of Jack