15. Mick Jagger
The Rolling Stones rose to fame in the early ’60s as an interesting antipode to the Beatles’ well-groomed image. The Stones were a bunch of loud and rugged individuals with a signature sound and lyrics rougher than their colleagues from Liverpool. However, fans seemed to like them just as much.
Soon, the members of the band had enough fame and fortune to pursue the finer things in life. Mick Jagger was the first to splurge on a new Aston Martin in 1966. Unfortunately, it wasn’t long before he damaged it in a slight fender bender in London.