Chris Jagger plays to 30 patrons of a village pub at £15-a-ticket while Mick ...

His £270million big brother Mick gets Satisfaction from selling out huge stadiums all over the world.

But life’s slower for Chris Jagger, who this week performed to a crowd of just 30 people in a village pub.

A smattering of locals dined on pub food as they watched the younger Jagger perform, hours after Sir Mick delighted 66,000 fans at a sell-out London Stadium gig.

And while Sir Mick and the Rolling Stones can rake in hundreds of thousands from one show, Chris and his band charged just £15 a head.

He performed in a small dining room at the Crooked Billet pub in Henley-on-Thames on Wednesday.

Chris Jagger performing to around 30 people in the Crooked Billet pub in Henley-on-Thames

Chris Jagger performing to around 30 people in the Crooked Billet pub in Henley-on-Thames

Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performs live on stage at London Stadium

Chris Jagger performing to around 30 people in the Crooked Billet pub

While Sir Mick (right) and the Rolling Stones can rake in hundreds of thousands from one show, Chris (left) and his band charged just £15 a head

Around 30 people paid their small entry fee on top of a pub dinner – while those lucky enough to be in the front row of the Rolling Stones gig paid hundreds of pounds.

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