Is a big fan of American country-music legend "Gentleman" Jim Reeves (1923-1964), once describing him in an interview as having a "wonderful smooth style".
Son, Mark Woodward (born April 11, 1957), with wife, Linda Trenchard.
Has been nominated for three Tony Awards with collaborator Harvey Schmidt: in 1964, as Best Composer and Lyricist for "110 in the Shade," and in 1967, as Best Composer and Lyricist and his lyrics as part of a Best Musical nomination for "I Do! I Do!"
Had a debut UK #1 with "It's Not Unusual" in 1965.
Had UK 26 Top 20 hits between 1965 and 1999.
He won a Grammy as Best New Artist in 1965.
While visiting the US, Jones met Elvis Presley in the set of Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966) and their friendship began. Later Jones and Presley met a couple of times in Las Vegas.
Elvis Presley was a frequent guest at Jones' Las Vegas shows in the 1970s. In one show, Presley came to the stage, took the microphone from Jones and made some karate moves for the audience.
Won a Brit Award for Best Male Artist in 2000 for the first time in more than 30 years of his music career.
Winner of the 2003 Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution.
He was awarded Knighthood in the 2006 British New Year's Honours List for his services to music.
He and Shirley Bassey are the only two Welsh artists to have sung title songs from the James Bond series of movies, as of 2007.
Insured his chest hairs for $7 million [February 7, 2008].
On December 14, 2008 on Top Gear he said there was absolutely no truth to the story that his chest hair was ever insured; for any sum.
The Sunday Times List estimates his net worth at $213 million. 
He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 6608 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.