He heads up the list of the U.K.'s top 40 music millionaires, ahead of Lord Lloyd Webber, U2, Sir Mick Jagger and Sir Elton John.

The top seven are unmoved from last year's (14) countdown, while DJ Calvin Harris is the highest new entry on the list at 30 with an estimated £70 million ($105 million) fortune.

Also making the top 10 are Michael Flatley, newly-inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Ringo Starr, Keith Richards, Sting and Roger Waters.

Meanwhile, Adele, 26, heads the list of young musicians with a £50 million ($75 million) fortune, and each member of One Direction has seen their personal wealth grow by £11 million ($16.5 million) in the past year, giving the four current members of the band a combined fortune of £100 million ($150 million).

Zayn Malik, who left One Direction last month (Mar15), is also worth £25 million ($37.5 million).

Arctic Monkeys are the second wealthiest young band and Mumford & Sons come in at three, with frontman Marcus Mumford and his wife actress Carey Mulligan's combined fortune estimated at £13 million ($19.5 million).

And the only newcomer to the Young Musicians Rich List is 22-year-old Sam Smith - the multiple Brit and Grammy Award winner has already amassed a £12 million ($18 million) fortune, according to The Sunday Times.