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The 20 richest musicians in the UK

The Sunday Times Rich List reveals the wealthiest names in the UK music industry.

The Sunday Times Rich List has revealed the richest names in the UK music industry.

The 2017 names include Paul McCartney, U2, Sir Elton John and Adele - who at 28 is the youngest on the list and the only member under the age of 30.

The Sunday Times Rich List has revealed the richest names in the UK music industry.

The 2017 names include Paul McCartney, U2, Sir Elton John and Adele - who at 28 is the youngest on the list and the only member under the age of 30.

19= Brian May

Net wealth: £125 million (up £5 million)

19= Adele

Net wealth: £125m (up £40 million)

18. Charlie Watts

Net wealth: £130 million (up £10 million)

17. Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne

Net wealth: £140 million (up £5 million)

16. Robbie Williams

Net wealth: £150 million (up £5 million)

15. Tim Rice

Net wealth: £152 million (up £2 million)

14. Tom Jones

Net wealth: £160 million (up £5 million)

13. Roger Waters

Net wealth: £165 million (up £5 million)

11= Rod Stewart

Net wealth: £170 million (up £10 million)

11= Eric Clapton

Net wealth: £170 million (up £10 million)

10. Sting

Net wealth: £185 million

8= Michael Flatley

Net wealth: £200 million (up £2 million)

8= Ringo Starr

Net wealth: £200 million

7. Olivia and Dhani Harrison

Net wealth: £210 million (down £10 million)

6. Keith Richards

Net wealth: £235 million (up £15 million)

5. Mick Jagger

Net wealth: £250 million (up £15 million)

4. Elton John

Net wealth: £290 million (up £10 million)

3. U2

Net wealth: £548 million (up £48 million)

2. Andrew Lloyd-Webber

Net wealth: £740 million (up £25 million)

1. Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell

Net wealth: £780 million (up £20 million)

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