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Davy Jones may refer to:
- Davy Jones (musician) (1945–2012), English actor and singer of the band The Monkees
- Davy Jones (album), 1971 album by Davy Jones
- Davy Jones, singer who recorded in Holland in the 1960s, covering Bob Dylan's song "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine"
- David Jones (jazz musician) (1888–1956), American jazz musician often called Davey Jones
- David Jones, early stage name (and given name) of David Bowie
- Davy Jones (baseball) (1880–1972), American baseball player
- Davy Jones (racing driver) (born 1964), American winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1996
- Davy Jones, figure of nautical folklore best known from the idiom "Davy Jones' Locker"
- Davy Jones (Pirates of the Caribbean), from The Pirates of the Caribbean film series, captain of the Flying Dutchman
- Davy Jones, living wooden whale in John R. Neill's 1942 children's fantasy novel Lucky Bucky in Oz
- "Davy Jones", a song by French singer Nolwenn Leroy on her 2012 album Ô Filles de l'eau
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