They have ruled the charts for decades and boast a combined wealth of over £426million.
And Roger Daltrey, 73, ensured he used their combined star-power – and age of 578 – to pull in publicity for his fundraising rock exhibition in London.
The Who frontman managed to gather some of the world’s most iconic music gods in the same room at the same time, including The Kinks’ Sir Ray Davies, 73, Alice Cooper, 69, Sir Tom Jones, 77, and former Rolling Stones’ rocker Bill Wyman, 81.
Legendary line-up: Roger Daltrey, 73, gathered some of the world’s most iconic rockers – with a combined age of 578 and fortune of £426 million – to pull in publicity for his fundraising rock exhibition in London this week
Others in the line-up of legends included folk singer Donovan, 71, Humble Pie’s Peter Frampton, 67, Small Faces’ Kenney Jones, and John Paul Jones from Lez Zeppelin.
The gathering was in honour of the The Adoration Trilogy Unveiling at the London’s Victoria and Albert Museum.
The bash was a celebration of the unveiling of the first section of The Adoration Trilogy, a photograph showcase celebrating some of the greatest legends in the music industry.
The display will raise funds for a cause close to Daltrey’s heart, the Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.
One such legend who was in attendance was rock legend Alice Cooper, 69, who was rocking his trademark classic all-black look.
A Well Respected Man: Sir Ray Davies, 73, shot to fame in The Kinks (Worth: £10m/Record sales: 50m)
A fan of folk: Musician Donovan, 71, came to prominence in the mid-1960s (Worth: £8m/Record sales: 25m)
Shock rock king: Rocker Alice Cooper, 69, has been terrifying music fans since 1963 (Worth: £38m/Record sales: 50m)
Slice of music: Humple Pie star Peter Frampton is one of Britain’s most well-respected musicians (Worth: £23m/Record sales: 25m)
Sir Tom Jones, Welsh crooner. Age: 77. Worth: £160m. Record sales: 100m
Papa was a Rolling Stone: Bill Wyman, 81, played bass with Rolling Stones between 1962 until 1993 (Worth: £61m/Record sales: 250m)
Familiar face: Kenney Jones, 69, has been part of two huge acts, Small Faces and The Who (Worth: £15m/Record sales: 20m)
On the rock-ers! John Paul Jones, 71, is a multi-instrumentalist who has rocked with Them Crooked Vultures and Led Zeppelin (Worth: £61m/Record sales: 320m)
In a bizarre photo collaboration, Alice was seen posing with former I’m A Celebrity star and nutritionist Gillian McKeith, 58, and her daughter Afton, 17.
Donning a far more revealing ensemble than usual, Gillian was rocking a tiny black peplum minidress and floor-length lace robe complete with a train, finishing the look with racy netting tights.
Afton donned a stylish lace look, adding to the bohemian chic vibe with a floral headdress and her copper tresses in long curls.
Welsh legend Sir Tom Jones, 77, rocked a grey checked suit for the evening, after featuring in the photo exhibition alongside legends such as Barry Gibb and Sir Paul McCartney.
A whole lotta legends: Tom, who is using a cane after a hip operation, took centre stage as he chatted with Carl Palmer (l-r), Roger, Tom, Kenney, Bill, Donovan
Legend: Alice rocked a classic all-black ensemble as Peter looked coolly casual in a leather jacket and jeans
Icon: Welsh veteran Sir Tom donned a grey checked suit. The singer was seen with a walking stick after postponing his tour in September due to medical advice
Pals: Alice posed with fashionista and socialite Brix Smith-Start at the event which celebrating the exhibition and raised money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, while Sir Ray caught up with Paul Weller
Couples night: Both Alice (second right) and Sixties legend Donovan (second left) were in attendance with their respective wives Sheryl and Linda (far left)
Also spotted at the event were fellow veteran stars Donovan, 71, and Paul Wellar, who seemed to be in good spirits as they posed with other stars.
The event to unveil the photo exhibition, was done in honour of the Teenage Cancer Trust, and was teased in a series of Youtube Videos.
Monday’s Showcase was the first in a series, titled Part One: Searching for Apollo, and the project was put together by British photographer Alastair Morrison.
Fashion jam: Paul Wallar rocked a relaxed ensemble at the event
Jokers: Alice was also seen posing with former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman
Vintage music: (L-R) Roger Daltrey, Alistair Morrison, Sir Tom Jones and Peter Frampton attended the evening which celebrated the photographs of music legends
Family Affair: Bill enjoyed the night out with his daughters Jessica and Matilda Mae and wife Suzanne
Rising: Model Matilda, 19, rocked a fashion-forward ensemble complete with a silver metallic biker jacker
Sadie and Darren appeared to be back on good terms on Monday night after the brunette beauty was seen handing her beau back a ring during an emotional exchange in May.
The couple had met at a north London cafe, but left shortly after the awkward exchange, with an onlooker claiming Darren had left in tears.
Pictures taken of the pair showed them conversing, but Sadie cut a melancholy figure during their meeting.
Darren was seen wiping his eyes as he exited the eatery with his dog in tow.
A source had told the Daily Mirror: ‘Sadie looked really upset, she put her hand on Darren’s head and handed him her ring.
‘She looked particularly downbeat as they left the cafe and Darren was crying.’
Lady about town: Sadie Frost rose to fame in the 90s as a socialite and actress seen out and about on the party scene with Kate Moss
Good cause: The evening unveiled Part One in the photograph series, raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust
What a dapper pair! Roger and Paul were in high spirits as they larked about at the opening of The Adoration Trilogy
Cosy: Alice, Afton McKeith-Magaziner and Gillian McKeith joined the great and the good of the showbiz world at the theatre opening