From a New York Times obituary of Prince Rupert zu Loewenstein, the money manager for the Rolling Stones rock band:
He successfully urged them to leave England, initially for the south of France, to escape high taxes. ...
Prince Loewenstein did business with a skein of companies in the Netherlands to reduce taxes. The Stones rehearsed in Canada, not the United States, for the same reason.
Add the Rolling Stones to the list of rock stars who, like Bono, structure their business affairs to be taxed in countries with low tax rates. Talent, like capital, is mobile, and it will go where it is well treated.