Mick Jones net worth: Mick Jones is a British guitarist, singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $ 10 million. He is famous for his work with the rock group The Clash. He became a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, along with his bandmates, in 2003. He has been founder and member of several other bands over the years, especially Big Audio Dynamite and General Public. His first job was as a guitarist in The Delinquents, followed by London SS. At that time he joined with Tony James, Paul Simonon, Joe Strummer and Keith Levene to form The Clash. Three of his greatest songs were London Calling, Should I Stay or Should I Go, and Rock the Casbah. Starting as a guitarist, he developed his skills as a singer and songwriter. He has recently performed with the groups Carbon / Silicon, Hard-Fi, The Justice Tonight Band, The Wallflowers and Gorillaz, who join him with former Clash member Paul Simonon. Jones has worked as a producer over the years with Ellen Foley, Ian Hunter, Theater of Hate and The Libertines. He wrote the score for the movie Dice Life: the random mind of Luke Rhinehart. Although better known as a guitarist, he is also at home with bass, keyboards, drums and harmonica. He was born in the Wandsworth area of London in 1955. Jones and his wife Ellen have a daughter.