Mick Jagger, an English singer, and musician is famous as the founding member of the Rolling Stones. Professional since 1960, Jagger has released 30 studio albums, recording over 250 million album sales worldwide.
Inducted in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989, the English musician owns a net worth of $460 million as of September 2022. The main source of his income is album sales & tours, accompanied by endorsements.
Ever since the formation of the rock band Rolling Stones, Mick ventures with the band, though also has a branched-out solo career with 4 solo albums to date.
Professional for nearly 6 decades, Mick Jagger is considered one of the richest music personalities, and has an estimated net worth of $360 million as of September 2019, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
No doubt that with his venture with the rock band The Rolling Stones and his solo career, Jagger got his hand full of fortune.
As per The Richest, he ranks #12 in Top 100 Richest Musicians, while the top 3 wealthiest figures are: sir Paul McCartney ($1.28 billion), Andrew Llyod Webber ($1.2 billion) and Jay Z ($1 billion).
For a fact, back in 2009, Jagger's worth was estimated to be around $311 million, according to The Sunday Times List.
Moreover, after his longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scot, an American stylist committed suicide in 2014, her entire $9 million was left to Mick Jagger.
Well, Mick Jagger and his band The Rolling Stones is among the successful touring bands. Their A Bigger Bang Tour (2005-2007) set the 2007 edition of Guinness World Records with receipt of $437 million, which by the end made a gross of $558.3 million.
As reported, the ÷ Tour (2017-2019) of Ed Sheeran is the highest-grossing of all time, collecting $737.6 million.
Since 1962, Jagger, the co-founder of The Rolling Stones works with the band, and has released 30 studio albums; with their best ever songs Gimme Shelter, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Sympathy For The Devil, I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction) and Shine A Light.
From 1989 to 2001, the rock band reportedly made a gross of $1.5 billion.
Some of the famous albums of The Rolling Stones are:
Till date, Mick alongside The Rolling Stones sold above 250 million records worldwide, moreover, the English musician also took on his solo career in 1984, releasing 4 solo studio albums.
Over the years of The Rolling Stones' formation, the band has undergone a lot of members changes, though Jagger, Charlie Watts, and Keith Richards still remain as the co-founding members.
The original line-up of The Rolling Stones was:
|Original Members||Band Association||Net Worth|
|(Late) Brian Jones||Guitar, Harmonica & Keyboards (left the band a month before death in 1969)||$10 million|
|Mick Jagger||Lead vocals & Harmonica (1963- Present)||$360 million|
|Keith Richards||Guitar & Vocals (1963- Present)||$340 million|
|Bill Wyman||Bassist (left in 1993)||$80 million|
|Charlie Watts||Drummer (1963- Present)||$200 million|
|Ian Stewart||Piano (removed from original lineup in 1963, worked as a contracted musician until death in 1985)||$1 million|
After Jones left, Mick Taylor served as the band's guitarist until his departure in 1974. Later Ronnie Wood (present and only new member) took his place and performs with the band and has $90 million fortune.
On the other hand, since 1963, The Rolling Stones does not have any official keyboardist. While Darryl Jones works as the touring bassist for the band.
|The Rolling Stones (released on May 30, 1964)||600,000 copies sold||$780,000|
|12 X 5 (October 17, 1964)||500,000 copies||$650,000|
|The Rolling Stones, Now! (February 13, 1965)||approx. 500,000 copies||$650,000|
|Out of Our Heads (July 30, 1965)||1 million copies||$1.3 million|
|December's Children (And Everybody's) (December 4, 1965)||500,000 copies||$650,000|
|Aftermath (June 20, 1966)||1.3 million copies sold||$1.43 million|
|Between the Buttons (February 11, 1967)||500,000 copies sold||$650,000|
|Their Satanic Majesties Request (December 8, 1967)||500,000 copies||$650,000|
|Beggars Banquet (December 6, 1968)||1,15 million copies sold||$1.5 million|
|Let It Bleed (December 5, 1969)||2.4 million copies||$3.12 million|
|Sticky Fingers (April 23, 1971)||3.244 million||$4.22 million|
|Exile on Main St. (May 12, 1972)||1.427 million copies||$1.86 million|
|Goats Head Soup (August 31, 1973)||3.42 million copies sold||$4.45 million|
|It's Only Rock 'n Roll (October 18, 1974)||1.1 million copies||$1.413 million|
|Black and Blue (April 23, 1976)||1.1 million||$1.43 million|
|Some Girls (June 9, 1978)||6.53 million copies sold||$8.49 million|
|Emotional Rescue (June 20, 1980)||2.477 million copies||$3.22 million|
|Tattoo You (August 24, 1981)||4.932 million||$6.4 million|
|Undercover (November 7, 1983)||1.15 million copies||$1.5 million|
|Dirty Work (March 24, 1986)||1.731 million copies sold||$2.25 million|
|Steel Wheels (August 29, 1989)||3.264 million copies||$4.24 million|
|Voodoo Lounge (July 11, 1994)||4.842 million copies||$6.3 million|
|Bridges to Babylon (September 29, 1997)||3.175 million||$4.13 million|
|A Bigger Bang (September 5, 2005)||2.675 million copies sold||$3.51 million|
|Blue & Lonesome (December 2, 2016)||1.0025 million copies||$1.3 million|
|Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (released on March 28, 1966)||$2.6 million|
|Flowers (June 26, 1967)||$650,000|
|Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) (released on September 12, 1969)||$1.3 million|
|Hot Rocks 1964–1971 (1971)||$8.74 million|
|More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) (1972)||$650,000|
|Made in the Shade (1975)||$1.3 million|
|Rolled Gold: The Very Best of the Rolling Stones (1975)||$130,000|
|Sucking in the Seventies (1971)||$650,000|
|Story of The Stones (1982)||$130,000|
|Rewind (1971–1984) (released in 1984)||$650,000|
|Singles Collection: The London Years (1989)||$1.3 million|
|Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones (1993)||$2.66 million|
|Forty Licks (2002)||$10.02 million|
|GRRR! (2012)||$1.44 million|
Well, the band's most successful tour is A Bigger Bang Tour (2005-2007) which grossed $558.3 million in total, with 147 shows.
In 2007, among the Top 5 Highest-Grossing Tours, The Rolling Stones had 4 in their account:
Other Tours of Jagger alongside the band are:
|Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour (1989-1990)||$175 million|
|50 & Counting Tour (2012-2013)||$148.9 million|
|América Latina Olé Tour 2016 (February 3- March 25)||$90.9 million|
|No Filter Tour (September 9, 2017- August 30, 2019)||$346.15 million|
Many might not know that in July 2013, the band with 33 months tours with 1.8 million fans in attendance at 62 shows, made $401 million in total.
Did you know? Apart from music venture, Mick Jagger also took turns in film career; he worked as a producer for the movie The Women (2008) featuring Meg Ryan & Eva Mendes. The film grossed $50 million upon the budget of $16 million.
Without a doubt, the multi-millionaire musician lives a lavish lifestyle and does make expenses on lavish real estate and luxury.
Currently, the English singer lives in New York with his 30-year-old girlfriend Melanie Hamrick. Sources report that Mick bought his partner a New York townhouse in 2016 for $7 million.
In December 2016, Mick Jagger put his Japanese-inspired villa at private West Indies island of Mustique for rent, bought in 2006 for $2.66 million.
The property boasting 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with a 25-foot swimming pool tagged a staring rental price of $16,500 per week during low season and $30,000 per week during high season.
Many might not know, but back in the 70s, Jagger purchased a historic Hampshire mansion Stargrove while high on LSD, for £55,000 from Sir Henry Carden.
Later, the asset was acquired by Rod Stewart for a reported payment of whopping £2.5 million in 1998.
Mick Jagger's ownership in other properties include:
Furthermore, the English singer & musician owns a collection of luxury cars that includes:
Surely, the bills for his asset maintenance, insurance & tax payment calls out huge expenses to his account.
Even though the exact payment on his tax payments is not out, the English musician currently living in New York has to pay 1.925% of his assets' assessed value as property tax.
On the other hand, the UK property seeks a stamp duty of 5% since his asset is over £500,000. Also, the house insurance cost in New York, the US takes on $1,287 per year, while the UK's house insurance is £161.75 per year.
Since Mick Jagger lives in the United States, his income tax cuts off $5.148 million upon the yearly revenue of $10 million.
Meanwhile, the details on Mick Jagger's endorsement is not out, but his band The Rolling Stones surely had massive endorsements during the career height in the 70s & 80s.
Moreover, the band made a hefty fortune with sales of its merch.
Alike other celebrities, Jagger with over 1.8 million followers on his Instagram can sum up a lucrative sum of money. Sources cite that the English musician can earn $3,699 - $6,166 per sponsored via Instagram.
Also, he is an avid user of Twitter where his followers count 2.24 million as of September 1, 2019.
Jagger is also active in charity works and often makes his attendance in many fundraising events. In January 2018, Mick announced his support for Help Musicians Real Music via Twitter.
Well, he is a patron of The Mick Jagger Centre in Dartford and also supports UNHCR's Gimme Shelter Campaign.
Back in December 2008, the rock star joined forces with actor Ben Affleck and released a short film to aid the fundraising for of $23 million.
The Rolling Stones vocalist also has associations with American Foundation for AIDS Research, Elton John AIDS Foundation, The Art of Elysium and Small Steps Project.
Mick Jagger was born Michael Phillip Jagger on July 26, 1943, in Dartford, Kent, England, the UK. His father Basil Fanshawe "Joe" Jagger (April 13, 1913- November 11, 2006) was a teacher while mother Eva Ensley Mary (April 6, 1913- May 18, 2000) was a hairdresser.
Raised in a middle-class family, Jagger has a younger brother named Chris, a musician.
Fond of music since his childhood, Mick met his future band co-founder Keith Richards while attending Wentworth Primary School. After gaining seven O-levels and three A-levels, they left school in 1961 and started the music venture.
Mick Jagger holds English nationality and is of white ethnicity.
As of September 2019, Jagger's age is 76 and has a height of 5 ft. 10 inches (178 cm).
Well, Jagger has been married twice in his life, though parted ways with both. With his 2 marriages, the English musician is the father of 5 children.
For a fact, in total, Mick has 8 children, including 5 from marriages and the rest 3 from girlfriends.
First, Mick Jagger married Bianca Jagger on May 12, 1971, but divorced after 8 years on November 2, 1979.
While in a relationship, Jagger and Bianca became parents to daughter Jade Jagger on October 21, 1971.
Then, Mick was in a marital relationship with Jerry Hall from November 21, 1990, to August 13, 1999, until they annulled their marriage.
With Jerry Hall, Mick welcomed 4 children: Elizabeth Jagger ( born on March 2, 1984), James Jagger (August 28, 1985), Georgia Jagger (January 12, 1992) and Gabriel Jagger (December 1997).
Jagger's extramarital affair with Carla Bruni and Luciana Gimenez Morad became the reason for his separation with Hall.
Yes, Mick Jagger seems to have found love again, he is currently dating American ballet dancer Melanie Hamrick.
The duo is together since 2014 and even more shares a son Deveraux Octavian Basil Jagger (born on December 8, 2016).
Well, they live together in their New York townhouse, though are yet to announce their engagement or wedding plans for now.
Prior to Melanie, Mick was in a relationship with fashion designer L'Wren Scott; they were together from 2001 to 2014, until she committed suicide.
Over the years, Mick Jagger has been in numerous relationships: Marianne Faithfull (1966-1970), Marsha Hunt (1969-1970), Bebe Buell (1974-1976), Carla Bruni (1991-1994), Luciana Gimenez Morad and Sophie Dahl (2000-2001).
With his ex-girlfriend Marsha Hunt, Jagger shares a daughter Karis (November 4, 1970).
Back in April 2019, The Rolling Stones vocalist underwent successful heart surgery; heart valve replacement procedure.
Treated with transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), Jagger avoided chest cuts and is reportedly in a good condition.