Jones is also an author, writing his travelogue/memoir in 2011, "The Sportsman: Unexpected Lessons from an Around the World Sports Odyssey," which recapped his rise to NFL fame, as well as his time as a host of Travel Channel's original series, "Dhani Tackles the Globe." In addition to "Adventure Capitalists," Dhani is currently the host of NBC's "Spartan" and serves as a reporter for the Olympics in Rio for NBC.George's boy made a rare public appearance at the premiere of Beautiful Creatures held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood with his new wife, Sola, as he crafted the film's soundtrack with collective, thenewno2.He's an entrepreneur as well, having opened a coffee shop in Mount Adams called the Bow Tie Cafe. But in the interest of time, let's just say that Jones' career accomplishments to date are prolific.Jones is also a founding partner of VMG Creative, a New York City creative agency with clients such as Michael Kors, Capital One and P&G, and he is chairman of Qey Capital Partners, an investment fund based in Cincinnati. Still, the ex-NFLer and former Michigan Wolverine has his sights set on a future of even greater entrepreneurial success.After having romantic love affairs for several years, they got married in 2012. They are happy to be each other's loving husband and wife.When Dhani was just six years old, he began taking drumming lessons with Uncle Ringo Starr.In 2010, Jones opened the Bow Tie Cafe in the notable Mount Adams neighborhood of Cincinnati, which offers espresso, drinks, and bistro sandwiches.Jones is an accomplice of VMG Creative, a New York City inventive organization, with customers, for example, Michael Kors, Capital One, Estee Lauder, and P&G.
He is also known as a multi-instrumentalist musician and an author.
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Currently Jill is a host for After Buzz TV and has frequent guest appearances on ESPN radio and Yahoo Sports.
He played in the NFL for eleven seasons, including four with the Cincinnati Bengals from 2007 to 2010.
Jones retired from football in October 2011 and became the star of a television series, , in which he learns how to play international sports that are unknown to most Americans.
Dhani stands shorter at 5ft7 than his Liverpool-born father, who was 5ft10 (this was a similar height to Lennon and Mc Cartney, both 5ft11, and created that famous symmetry on stage with George; 5ft6 inch Ringo sat behind his drums, of course).