5 Most Lavish Rock Star Mansions

It’s no secret that rock stars drive in the fast lane, which means they rake in money faster and bigger than most people. What with their royalties, album selling, world tour concerts, endorsements, a good number of them knows where to invest and where better to proliferate their wildly extravagant rock star lifestyle than real estate.

Having dealt with her fair share of celebrities, Jade Mills, one of the elite Beverly Hills real estate agents points out

Musical legends tend to buy lavish luxury homes when they’ve made it to the big time. They know the value in real estate, and a majority of them are smart with their investing.

It is wise to invest in real estate, especially because it is extremely easy to blow through money when you’ve never dealt with such large sums of money. People can begin to think their money will be infinite, and with such a, though, they can easily go broke. Thus, buying lavish homes can help a new celebrity maintain their wealth. Here are some of most lavish rock star mansions that we gathered:


Here are some of most lavish rock star mansions that we gathered:

5. Ozzy Osbourne

Home: Hidden Hills, Beverly Hills
Price: $10 million

The Black Sabbath rocker has recently purchased an English style country mansion in a very exclusive neighborhood in Beverly Hills having previously sold their old mansion to Jessica Simpson. This new abode boasts 5,680 square feet, although significantly smaller than their former home, still, stuns with is five bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, a grotto that is covered in roses and ivy and a two-story guesthouse that has its own garage.

4. Mick Jagger

Home: Chelsea, London
Price: £10 million

lavish-rock-star-mansion-beverly-hillsRolling Stone’s lead vocalist, Mick Jagger has made a great name for himself earning him a sweet spot to live right next door to royalties, Lord and Lady Guinness. This London home that dates from 1780, has a view overlooking River Thames with a history that dates back centuries.

3. Slash

Home: Mulholland Estate Mansion, Beverly Hills
Price: $11 million

This luxury mansion sprawls up to 11,000 square feet with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms with few rooms dedicated to this rock star’s top hats alone also has a skate ramp, a pool that has an outdoor bar. The lower level has a night club with a full-on party set up including a DJ booth, LED lights, a pole dancing, professional recording studio as well as a screening theater and wine cellar.

Guns n’ Roses front man, Slash’s style can be seen all over the house as evidenced by the alligator skin wallpaper, custom crystal chandelier, fringe-trimmed leopard upholstered sofa and crocodile coffee table. Talk about an eclectic rock chic taste.

2. Lenny Kravitz

Home: New York Citylavish-rock-star-mansion-manhattan
Price: $17.95 million

Lenny Kravitz’ former opulent triplex SoHo loft has a staggering space of 6167 square feet (plus 3000 square feet of enchanting terraces) with five bedrooms, four bathrooms and get this… four powder rooms, state-of-the-art windowed gourmet eat-in kitchen and even has a dedicated pantry for the butlers. This ultra-glam home will definitely take your breath away.

1. Jon Bon Jovi

Home: Manhattan, New York
Price: $37.5 million

This stunning 7500 square-foot Manhattan duplex penthouse consists of six bedrooms, six bathrooms, two kitchens, a gym and three outdoor terraces spread across two floors. Its floor to ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the city and its 11-ft high ceilings leave the living room open and filled with natural light.

Bon Jovi purchased this upscale home back in 2007 and invested heavily in it. Hence, the hefty price tag for those who understand the craftsmanship that went in with its modern conveniences renovation.


If you were to make it to the big times with your band, or as a solo artist, what type of mansion would you buy? Do you think it’s wise to throw all your money into unnecessary amenities? What would you spend your new found fortune on? Comment below!

The 5 Greatest Led Zeppelin Songs You Should Know

The legendary four-man band consisting of John Bonham on drums, Jimmy Page in guitars, Paul Jones on bass and Robert Plant in vocals have produced countless of epic music that still melts our faces. Their indulgence in creating unapologetic big music is what brought them to the rock star status they’re in today.

As a dedicated homage to the legend that is Led Zeppelin’s music— arguably the most mystifying rock and roll band of all time— we try to rank their top 5 songs and trust us when we say, it is the hardest thing we have ever done in our lives.

5 Greatest Led Zeppelin Songs You Should Know

5. Whole Lotta Love

Album: Led Zeppelin II

Named the greatest hard rock song greatest-hits-led-zeppelinof all time by VH1, this song has lasted the test of time. Even in its digital form, it’s the biggest hit of Zeppelin’s career. It has a spine-tingling riff that has that identifiable Jimmy Page ingénue that always plays his harmony with turbulence. It was even reported that Jimmy Page sang the lyrics of this song in one take.

Rolling Stones reports “Whole Lotta Love” as the Number 1 Led Zeppelin song. However, we respectfully disagree. Hey, we do think it’s amazing, that’s why it is made our Top 5 List!

4. Achilles Last Stand

Album: Presence

One of the most face-melting moments the band ever did, Achilles Last Stand is the song that ultimately showed an unforgettable ensemble of each band members’ greatness in their individual instruments.

This song is said to be an attempt to deliver a powerful performance to create the last great song on their last album. It is rumored to be Jimmy Page’s favorite song. With his 10-minute guitar orchestration, we aren’t too surprised.

3. Dazed and Confused (Live)

Album: The Song Remains the Same

This song has stretched to almost 30 minutes thanks to their marathon spontaneous performances, this song had evolved to showcase one of Led Zeppelin’s most memorable jamming in varieties of style. Jones’ bass line is one of the most recognizable as well as Page’s inspired solo is what made it to this list.

2. Since I’ve Been Loving You

Album: Led Zeppelin III

greatest-songs-led-zeppelinPerhaps the best demonstration of Robert Plan’s insane vocals and Jimmy Page’s highly dramatic Chicago-style slow blues song, this song quickly became a fan favorite and most requested track at live gigs. The epic composition of Since I’ve Been Loving You is a part of Zeppelin’s third album and is even better heard live.

1. Kashmir

Album: Physical Graffiti

If you haven’t heard Kashmir, then you haven’t really listened to Led Zeppelin. Championed by the band themselves as the ‘pride of Led Zeppelin’, this is considered as one of the band’s greatest achievements. This great Led Zeppelin song is one you should definitely get to know!

The riff consists not only of Page’s guitar but also an orchestra influenced by Middle Eastern music. The instrumentation truly gave the song a richness that gives us the chills. The song lyrics was said to be about Robert and Jimmy’s trip to Kashmir that never was because they never reached their destination.


What songs do you think deserve to be on Led Zeppelin’s greatest songs you should know? What’s your favorite Led Zeppelin song? Let us know!