Singer-songwriter Kelly Jones is the frontman of rock band Stereophonics. Kelly was born in South Wales, has achieved more than 10 million sales, six No 1 albums and 11 Top 10 singles (including the chart-topping Dakota), along with 23 platinum sales awards and one BRIT Award.
Kelly spoke about the requirement to embrace - and "walk towards" - vulnerability, in order to access creativity. He recounted the benefits and cost of a furious work ethic and he shares the high performance lessons taught by Bono, Bowie and Bob Geldof.
Kelly’s solo album 'Don't Let The Devil Take Another Day' is out 4th December and the accompanying documentary is in cinemas (where possible) from 11 December and premiere online from 18 December.
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