THIS line-up of legendary stars have created their very own rock of ages.
The group — with a combined age of 578 — were this week at the unveiling of a multi-media exhibition curated by The Who’s Roger Daltrey, 73.
Dave Benett From left: Sir Ray Davies, Donovan, Alice Cooper, Peter Frampton, Sir Tom Jones, Bill Wyman, Kenney Jones, and John Paul Jones Flynet Pictures The exhibition was curated by The Who's Roger Daltrey, pictured here with Sir Tom and Kenney Jones Flynet Pictures Sir Ray and Paul Weller looked as dapper as ever
The Adoration Trilogy, which features more than 60 music icons, is raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Redferns Sir Ray Davies, The Kinks. Age: 73. Worth: £10m. Record sales: 50m Rex Features Donovan, folk singer. Age: 71. Worth: £8m. Record sales: 25m News Group Newspapers Ltd Alice Cooper, shock rocker. Age: 69. Worth: £38m. Record sales: 50m Getty – Contributor Peter Frampton, Humble Pie. Age: 67. Worth: £23m. Record sales: 25m Retna Ltd Sir Tom Jones, Welsh crooner. Age: 77. Worth: £160m. Record sales: 100m PA:Press Association Bill Wyman, Rolling Stones. Age: 81. Worth: £61m. Record sales: 250m Getty – Contributor Kenney Jones, Small Faces/The Who. Age: 69. Worth: £15m. Record sales: 20m Hulton Archive – Getty John Paul Jones, Led Zeppelin. Age: 71. Worth: £61m. Record sales: 320m Splash News Roger Daltrey, The Who. Age: 73. Wort: £50m. Record sales: 100m Rolling Stones play historic Cuba gig 50yrs after rock n' roll banned
KILLER DAD DEAD
LOVE AT FIRST SYKES
'I DON'T FEEL WELL MUM'
MIND THE PAP
RUMBLE IN JUNGLE
GET ME IN THERE!
ROCK N ROLL'S GREATEST LINE-UP
'People show me their Tommy tattoos'
LET THE GAMES BEGIN