Jones has been referred to by fellow band members as "J.P."
John Paul Jones is very often referred to by fans and in biographies as the "unsung hero" of Led Zeppelin.
Jones was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page in 1995. It was the first time Jones was with both Page and Plant since 1980.
Jones helped write the song "Whole Lotta Love."
Jones performed with Lenny Kravitz at the 1993 MTV Music Awards.
Jones arranged for The Rolling Stones in 1964 and again in 1968.
Jones played keyboard for The Rolling Stones in their album "Their Satanic Majesties Request."
Jones did session work before joining Led Zeppelin.
Led Zeppelin manager Andrew Oldham reccomended he go by the name "John Paul Jones" instead of John Baldwin.
Jones is ranked 21 on rock.com's list of the best rock bassists of all time.
Jones noted Paul McCartney of The Beatles as his biggest inspiration for his bass playing.
It was Jones who first found drummer John Bonham dead in Jimmy Page's house.
Jones learned keyboard from his father John Baldwin.
Besides bass, Jones often played keyboard for Zeppelin.
Jones was recommended to Jimmy Page by Led Zeppelin's vocalist Robert Plant.