Mick Jagger has enjoyed a catch up with Martin Scorsese.
The icons, who are both 80-years-old, joined forces for a night out together with Mick sharing a snap from their evening to social media.
The Rolling Stones legend rocked a velvet suit jacket and black tee, while the famous film director looked dapper in a plaid blazer.
Mick captioned the shot: ‘Great to catch up with Marty recently!’
It comes after the Rolling Stones were announced as the latest recipient of a BRIT Billion Award by the BPI, the representative voice for the UK’s world leading record labels and music companies.
Fun! Mick Jagger, 80, enjoyed a catch up with Martin Scorsese, 80, as the icons joined forces for a night out together with Mick sharing a snap from their evening to social media
Achievement: It comes after The Rolling Stones were announced as the latest recipient of a BRIT Billion Award by the BPI
The BRIT Billion Award celebrates The Rolling Stones’ incredible career, spanning seven decades.
Last month, they celebrated their 14th UK Number 1 album with Hackney Diamonds, their first album of new material in 18 years.
In reaching the landmark of one billion career UK streams, as calculated by the Official Charts Company, the British band became the longest-active artist to receive the prestigious Award, with their most-streamed hits including Paint It, Black, and Start Me Up.
Now with 14 UK Number 1 albums and eight UK Number 1 singles, The Rolling Stones have undisputedly been one of the defining voices of British music for over 60 years.
Hackney Diamonds marks their first album of original material since 2005’s A Bigger Bang, and features an incredible range of guest artists including Elton John, Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, and Bill Wyman.
The Rolling Stones are the 25th artist to receive a BRIT Billion Award, which was officially launched in May 2023.
Dr. Jo Twist OBE, BPI Chief Executive, said: ‘Few artists have crossed generational divides in quite the way the Rolling Stones have. Their iconic songs and albums are era-defining, but the band remain as contemporary as ever.
‘The BPI is thrilled to honour them with a BRIT Billion Award, which underscores both the timeless appeal of their music and the extent to which they are now also connecting with a new wave of fans thanks to streaming.’
Over the course of their career, while most famous faces will gain heavy pockets and a healthy bank account, not many walk away with a billion dollars.
Sitting at the top of the rich list are The Rolling Stones , who are the first band in Britain to gross a billion dollars.
The iconic band have struck gold through electrifying live performances and shifting over 250 million album sales.
Their concerts have hauled in a jaw-dropping $2billion in ticket sales over the years, and in 2021, fans splurged $130.9million on just 14 gigs during the No Filter tour in the U.S.
Even though the remaining members, made up of Ronnie Wood, 76, Mick Jagger, 80, and Keith Richards, 79, now play fewer shows, their devoted fans happily part with top dollar for tickets as they’re generally older with more disposable income and the Stones can now roll in more cash from the box office.