Who is the richest Led Zeppelin member? The guitarist Jimmy Page, the singer Robert Plant, the bassist John Paul Jones, and the late drummer John Bonham.

Originally named The New Yardbirds, the English rock band Led Zeppelin was formed in London in 1968 by the band’s legendary line-up. Although the band had reunited several times without John Bonham in the past, 1985, 1988, 1995, and 2007, the band was originally activated 12 years. In 1980, the band had announced its disbandment.

Throughout its more than one decade career, Led Zeppelin released 8 studio albums, 10 compilation albums, 4 live albums, 16 music videos, 3 video albums, 16 singles, 3 charted songs, and many more things.

Debuted in 1969 with its self-titled album, Zeppelin released eighth and final studio album in 1979, titled In Through The Out Door. Being one of the best-selling rock and roll bands of all time, Led Zeppelin‘s total record sales are more than 300 million worldwide.

The band’s first number-one album was their second studio album, Led Zeppelin II. With Led Zeppelin IV, the band has sold more than 35 million copies that making itself one of the best-selling albums worldwide.

Reaching international success with some of their hits such as Black Dog, Whole Lotta Love, Ramble On, and Going To California, the band’s Stairway To Heaven was composed by guitarist Jimmy Page and vocalist Robert Plant for their Led Zeppelin IV.

Led Zeppelin was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1995. Receiving Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2005, Led Zeppelin‘s Stairway To Heaven was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003.

Although the band announced its disbandment more than four decades ago, they’ve been continuing to influence the young artists. Their legacy is with the living members of the band, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones.

The net worth of Led Zeppelin is $900 million as of 2022. So, who is the richest Led Zeppelin member? You can learn Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham‘s net worth in 2021.

Who Is The Richest Led Zeppelin Member?

Jimmy Page

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Net Worth: $200 Million

The English songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and record producer Jimmy Page rose to world prominence as the founder and guitarist of the rock band Led Zeppelin.

Born on January 9, 1944, Jimmy Page began his musical career as a studio musician in his city, London. From 1966 to 1968, he was a member of the rock band The Yardbirds. After the band broke up, Page formed Zeppelin and rocked the stage until 1980.

Throughout his musical tenure with Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page performed in the entire albums of the band. Released the band’s first two albums in the same year, Page and Led Zeppelin unleashed their third and fourth albums in 1970, 1971 respectively.

Outside of his tenure with his band, Jimmy Page has only one solo album as of 2021, titled Outrider. After Zeppelin disbanded, Jimmy Page had released two studio albums with Robert Plant, named Coverdale & Page and Walking Into Clarksdale.

Also, the musician is a huge influence on the rock and roll community. He influenced Eddie Van Halen, Ace Frehley, Joe Satriani, Kirk Hammett, Slash, Dave Mustaine, Mick Mars, and many more guitarists.

Jimmy Page is living a lavish lifestyle. He has very expensive guitar collections, cars, houses, and more.

So, What is the net worth of Jimmy Page? As of 2022, the net worth of Jimmy Page is $200 million. He is the second richest member of Led Zeppelin.

Robert Plant

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Net Worth: $220 Million

The English songwriter and singer Robert Plant came to international success as a member of the Led Zeppelin from 1968 to 1980.

Born on August 20, 1948, Robert Plant began singing in his early age. According to him, he was saying when he was 10-years-old that he wanted to be like Elvis Presley in the future.

Robert Plant was one of those members who appeared in the entire Led Zeppelin albums.

The musician has a huge discography. He had continued to collaborate with his former bandmate Jimmy Page after their band disbanded. Walking Into Clarksdale was the only studio album of the musicians.

During his musical career without Zeppelin, Robert Plant released 11 studio albums, 2 compilation albums, 42 singles, 1 live album, 3 video albums, and 3 collaborative albums since 1965.

Robert Plant had released his debut solo studio album in 1982, named Pictures At Eleven, while unleashing his latest album in 2017, titled Carry Fire.

What is the net worth of Robert Plant? Having expensive cars and guitar collection, the net worth of Robert Plant is $220 million as of 2022. He is the richest Led Zeppelin member.

John Paul Jones

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Net Worth: $90 Million

The English record producer and bassist John Paul Jones is known for his musical tenure with his former band Led Zeppelin.

Appearing in the entire albums of the band, John subsequently collaborated with artists such as Heart, Foo Fighters, Ben E. King, Jars Of Clay, Peter Gabriel, The Mission, and more.

As a solo musician, John Paul Jones released two solo albums. Debuted in 1999 with Zooma, the musician released his second and latest solo album in 2001, named The Thunderthief

What is the net worth of John Paul Jones? As of 2022, the net worth of John Paul Jones is $90 million.

John Bonham

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Net Worth: $10 Million

John Bonham was the drummer of the English rock band Led Zeppelin.

In 1968, Bonham had joined Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, and John Paul Jones to form Led Zeppelin. Until his passing in 1980, the drummer rocked the rock and roll community with his talents.

Performing in the entire Led Zeppelin efforts, Bonham has also played artists such as LuluJimmy Stevens, Wings, and more. His legacy still influences the rock and roll musicians, new or old.

John Bonham was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with his band Led Zeppelin in 1995.

What was the net worth of John Bonham? The net worth of John Bonham was $10 million.


  1. Not that it really matters, but you say the net worth of Led Zeppelin is $900 million. But if you add up the total of each member’s net worth, it’s only $520 million. What’s up? Also, Stairway and the other songs are on the 4th album, not III.

  2. Mr Gold, I suspect this is a perfect example of the whole being greater than the sum of it’s parts! But an empire is valued at more than the stockholers’ shares.

  3. If you don’t participate in the writing you make less money….plant and page did most of the writing and the ripping off….so of course they are richer….

  4. I don’t know about all this money. What I do know is, thank God Led Zeppelin happened; because for me their music is priceless. The memories of a lifetime are fairly soaked in Led Zeppelin, for me.
    Thanks, guys!

  5. Man I grew up with Led Zeppelin. I was only 11 in 1968, but Zep and of course The Stones were already my hero’s, and continued to be throughout my life. Saw Zep live in 73, 75′ and 77′, at the old Chicago Stadium. So yeah I got some great memories.

  6. If you Think about it the rolling stones are worth around $300.00 million and they’re still touring. If Zeppelin was still touring they might be the highest grossing ever.

  7. Dam strait, Mr.Hoessle speaks the true facts some of which would be Atlantic records for the albums before the creation of Swan Song, managers and cover designer’s just to name a few. And Mr. Gold we know where a portion of it should have gone, to your math teacher because he/she may have thought you how to add they sure didn’t teach you anything about Roman numerals the last time I looked IV = 4 which is what the author of the article said. I paid my royalty’s for the experiences and memories that are forever etched into my mind, body and soul Led Zeppelin is without a doubt the number one name in Rock and Roll.

  8. Gi-mmee Plagiarist -geetar play-her
    Robb’em-an’ Plant’em -throat, croak an’ hair
    Two white-ees who have made more money from the dead and the then ageing and dying, impoverished blues artists who had already been criminally ripped-off by the white owned record labels, their managers, agents and publishers.
    Yes, just a simple case of billion$ parasites continuing the long tradition of theft and rape following the end of slavery. A casual count from the first 4 albums gives 34 instances of theft, music, lyrics, arrangements and production.
    Hip-hop didn’t invent ‘Copy & Paste’..
    Page & Plant were early adepts.. and it paid..
    People who do not know the original work in 2021 are simply choosing to deny their existance. Ignorance is clearly bliss for many..

  9. The author says:

    “After Zeppelin disbanded, Jimmy Page had released two studio albums with Robert Plant, named Coverdale & Page and Walking Into Clarksdale.”

    Actually, Jimmy Page released 2 albums with Robert Plant in the Page Plant project- No Quarter & Walking into Clarksdale.

    Coverdale Page was obviously with David Coverdale. And the author omitted Page recorded & toured with Paul Rodgers post Zeppelin, recording 2 albums (The Firm & Mean Business).

    As for Page living a lavish lifestyle? Seems to me he has never even been seen with or in any of the “lavish” cars the author states he has. And for that matter, he’s still wearing the exact same clothes he’s been photographed in for over 10 years.

    Led Zep, love their music and grateful to have it.

  10. mister Fred Francois is sadly mistaken. maybe just maybe they ripped of Randy California but on thier 1st two albums several other artist are listed in the song writing credits. Willie Dixon gets several credits.


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