Who is the richest The Rolling Stones member? The singer Mick Jagger, the guitarist Keith Richards, the lead guitarist Ronnie Wood, or the late drummer and co-founder of the band, Charlie Watts.

The Rolling Stones is an English rock band that was formed in London in 1962. Throughout its ongoing active career for almost six decades, The Rolling Stones released 30 studio albums, 33 live albums, 48 video albums, 20 compilation albums, 77 music videos, 3 EPs, 121 singles, 15 box sets, and many more things.

Selling more than 200 million albums worldwide, The Rolling Stones released its self-titled debut studio album in the United Kingdom on April 16, 1964. The band had released its latest album in 2016, titled Blue & Lonesome. Also, that selling number made them one of the best-selling music artists of the rock and roll community.

The Rolling Stones was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989. Also, besides Rock Hall, The Rolling Stones was honored to be inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2004.

Winning three Grammy Awards, The Stones is widely regarded as one of the biggest rock bands of all time.

As of October 2021, The Rolling Stones’ net worth is $950 million. If you ask who is the richest The Rolling Stones member, you can scroll to learn Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, and the late drummer Charlie Watts‘ net worth in 2021.

Who Is The Richest The Rolling Stones Member? How Much Was Charlie Watts’ Net Worth Before He Died?

Mick Jagger

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Net Worth: $500 Million

Mick Jagger is an English musician and singer who came to world prominence for being a lead vocalist and one of those founding members of the world-known rock band The Rolling Stones.

Jagger was born in Dartford, Kent, on July 26, 1943. He abandoned his university to join The Stones in 1962. After he joined the band, the musician has written tons of The Stones stuff with the band’s co-founder and guitarist Keith Richards.

During his ongoing career with the band, Mick Jagger had appeared in the entire albums of The Stones. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with The Rolling Stones in 1989.

Alongside his career with The Stones, Mick Jagger has a huge solo career. Debuting in 1985 with She’s The Boss, Jagger released his fourth solo studio album on November 19, 2001, titled Goddess In The Doorway. He also has one compilation album, named The Very Best Of Jagger.

So, what is the net worth of Mick Jagger? Mick Jagger is one the richest The Rolling Stones member and shares the title with Keith Richards. As of 2021, the net worth of Mick Jagger is $500 million.

Keith Richards

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Net Worth: $500 Million

Keith Richards is an English songwriter and musician who has reached world success with his band The Rolling Stones being co-founder, secondary vocalist, and guitarist.

During his ongoing career with The Stones, Richards had appeared in the entire albums of the band as well. In 1989, to honor his work with The Stones, Richards was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Outside of his The Stones career, Keith Richards released three solo studio albums. Debuting with Talk Is Cheap in 1988 while still a member of his band, Richards released his third and latest solo album on September 18, 2015, named Crosseyed Heart.

What is the net worth of Keith Richards in 2021? Keith Richards is one the richest The Rolling Stones member and shares the title with Mick Jagger. As of 2021, the net worth of Keith Richards is $500 million.

Ronnie Wood

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Net Worth: $200 Million

The English rock musician Ronnie Wood is known for his tenure with The Rolling Stones. He joined the band in 1975 after The Stones parted ways with Mick Taylor.

Throughout his ongoing tenure with The Stones, Ronnie Wood released eleven studio albums. Debuting in 1976 with Black And Blue, Wood‘s latest album with the band was the band’s latest album, Blue & Lonesome. He also appeared on the band’s seven live albums.

Ronnie Wood was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Rolling Stones in 1989.

What is the net worth of Ronnie Wood? As of 2021, the net worth of Ronnie Wood is $200 million.

Charlie Watts

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Net Worth: $250 Million

The English musician Charlie Watts was the drummer of the English rock band The Rolling Stones that was formed in 1962. He had joined the band in 1963 and rocked the stage until his tragic passing on August 24, 2021.

In addition to Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts was one of those who performed on every one of The Stones studio albums. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Rolling Stones in 1989.

Alongside his tenure with The Stones, Charlie Watts had appeared on his own band, Charlie Watts Quintet. He had released four albums with the band.

How much was Charlie Watts‘ net worth before he died? The net worth of Charlie Watts was $250 million.

19 COMMENTS

  1. Lets Not Forget The Original Rollin Stone ..
    The Late Great ….
    Brian Jones Might Not Be Worth Much But Just The Mention On His Behalf Is Worth Much More Than Those Guys That Booted Him Out Of His Group ..
    Funk The Rolling Jerks..

  2. Keith Richards has always been my favorite rolling Stone first time I ever saw them was in Philadelphia at JFK stadium one of the greatest rock and roll shows ever in Philadelphia history Keith Richards is just a f****** legend in every way shape and form rock and roll star balls to the wall straight from the heart and as Frank Sinatra would say he did it his way and Rock and roll heaven won’t ever be complete until he is there

  3. Keith Richards has always been my favorite rolling Stone first time I ever saw them was in Philadelphia at JFK stadium one of the greatest rock and roll shows ever in Philadelphia history Keith Richards is just a f****** legend in every way shape and form rock and roll star balls to the wall straight from the heart and as Frank Sinatra would say he did it his way and Rock and roll heaven won’t ever be complete until he is there.

  4. Brian did run off the rails, but without him the, the Rolling (Rollin) Stones would not have existed. And he played almost every instrument ever invented. I saw them in 1965 and 66 and will never forget. He did lose out on the power play.

  5. Ha!
    Bill Wyman absconded with over 700 million by cheating the other band members in poker.

    Winner! The Ugliest, Quietest Stone gets the last laugh.

  6. It is sad what happened to Brian Jones but you can’t blame the band for firing him. At the end he wasn’t functioning as a band member.
    Mick Taylor is awesome – still is but he chose to leave the band. It was a personal decision which he may now regret – or not, but life’s about making decisions and taking some risks. Too bad it didn’t work out for him.

  7. As much as I sympathise with the views regarding Brian Jones and Mick Taylor, we have to remember that Brian made himself unreliable due to his behaviour. Good musician he undoubtedly was but being in a band is more than playing ability alone. Mick Taylor left if his own accord and how he managed his work after that is not down to the Stones. They have endured because they have looked after the interests of the band as a whole and each other. They keep making money because they are excellent at what they do both live and in the studio.

  8. Why does Mick Jaggers say 500 million net worth at the beginning and 360 million at the end of the story? Also with Micks education in accounting I can’t believe he isn’t the richest.

  9. Okay, first of all, let’s get it right okay. Brian Jones was the original founder of the Rolling Stones ( Rollin Stones ) I don’t think they would be there today if it wasn’t for Brian. Also get the net worth right okay, you guys contradict yourself a couple of times with 2 different net worths!!!

  10. Your reporting leaves much to be desired. You state in the beginning of the article that as of Oct 2021, the Stones are worth $950 million. Then state their worths separately as an accumulative $2 billion.

  11. Hey Gail, It was Brian Jones. And yes they had kicked him out of the band for being an unreliable drunk and druggie, before he drowned. Try and brush up on your history before you comment please.

  12. Gail you dumb shot he was kicked out before he drowned or now a lot of people suspect he was killed especially since the guy who killed him had a death bed confession of killing him apparently these hanger on people worked for him and Brian owed them
    Money

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