U2 are in at number three on the new Sunday Times Rich List of performers in Ireland and the UK.
The quartet's wealth is estimated at £583 million (€678m) by the paper, with the full list published this Sunday, May 12.
Andrew Lloyd-Webber occupies the top spot with an estimated £820 million (€954m), with Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell at number two with £750 million (€872m).
The Top 10 is completed by:
4) Elton John, £320 million (€372m)
5) Mick Jagger, £275 million (€320m)
6) Keith Richards, £260 million (€302m)
7) Olivia and Dhani Harrison, £250 million (€291m)
8) Ringo Starr, £240 million (€279m)
9) Michael Flatley, £204 million (€237m)
10) Sting, £200 million (€232m)
Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran heads the list of the wealthiest young musicians with an estimated £160 million (€186m). One Direction bandmates-turned-solo-artists Harry Styles and Niall Horan occupy the second and third spots with an estimated £58 million (€67m) and £49 million (€57m) respectively.