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
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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