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Who topped the UK's music millionaire rich list 2014?

The UK's top music millionaires have been compiled for the new Sunday Times Rich List, which will be published at the weekend.

Topping the music list - as in 2013 - is London-based Ukrainian businessman Len Blavatnik, whose empire includes the Warner Music Group which was acquired in 2011.

He is estimated to be worth £10 billion, way ahead of nearest rival Clive Calder - the boss of the Zomba group of music companies - who is worth around £1.4 billion.

Len Blavatnik tops the Sunday Times Music Rich List again. Credit: Ñàâèíöåâ Ôåäîð/Photas

X Factor boss Simon Cowell did rake in a further £50 million over the past year thanks to his music and TV hits, according to a new wealth list.

The mogul has seen his worth swell to £300 million to put him in eighth place, boosted by a new deal with ITV for further series of The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent.

Britain's Got Talent judge Simon Cowell. Credit: PA

Former Beatles member Sir Paul McCartney remains in fourth place with his and wife Nancy Shevell's fortune said to be at £710 million.

Take That star Gary Barlow is now estimated to be worth £65 million - more than doubling the £30 million he held five years ago.

Gary Barlow is estimated to be worth £65 million. Credit: Max Nash/PA Wire

The top 10 music millionaires (with previous ranking in brackets):

1 - Len Blavatnik - £10 billion (£11 billion)

2 - Clive Calder - £1.4 billion (£1.35 billion)

3 - Sir Cameron Mackintosh - £1 billion (£825 million)

4 - Sir Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell - £710 million (£680 million)

5 - Lord Lloyd-Webber - £640 million (£620 million)

6 - U2 - £428 million (£520 million)

7 - Simon Fuller - £382 million (£375 million)

8 - Simon Cowell - £300 million (£250 million)

9 - Mohammad and Kamaliya Zahoor - £300 million

10 - Sir Elton John - £260 million (£240 million)