All join Sunday Times’ annual list of the UK’s richest musicians
As part of its annual survey of the richest people from the UK, the newspaper publishes a separate list of young musicians, titled “Top 20 Young Music Millionaires (aged 30 and under).”
Adele has entered the list at Number Nine, with an estimated fortune of £6 million, while Florence Welch is worth £5 million, making her joint 14th, along with James Morrison, Taio Cruz and all the members of Girls Aloud except Cheryl Cole.
Katherine Jenkins remains top of the list with £13 million, just ahead of Cheryl Cole and Leona Lewis, who are both estimated to be worth £12 million.
McCartney made £20 million to move his overall wealth to £495 million, making him Number Four in the list. Zomba Records founder Clive Calder remains top of the pile, with a personal fortune estimated at £1.3 billion.
Elsewhere Noel and Liam Gallagher are 37th, having made £8 million in the past year. This has seen them move above Engelbert Humperdinck and Mark Knopfler.