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Forbes Magazine's list of the World's Top 25 Highest Paid Musicians -  June, 2012 - June, 2013

 

No. 1: Madonna ($125 million)

No. 2: Lady Gaga ($80 million)

No. 3: Bon Jovi ($79-million)

No. 4: Toby Keith ($65 million)

No. 5: Coldplay ($64 million)

No. 6: Justin Bieber ($58 million)

No. 7: Taylor Swift ($55 million)

No. 8: Elton John (number 8, $54-million)

No. 9: Beyoncé ($53 million, tie)

No. 9: Kenny Chesney ($53 million, tie)

No. 11: Diddy ($50 million) 

No. 12: Paul McCartney ($47-million)

No. 13: Calvin Harris ($46 million)

No. 14:Jennifer Lopez ($45 million)

No. 15: Roger Waters ($44-million)

No. 16: Muse ($43 million, tie)

No. 16: Rihanna ($43 million, tie)

No. 18: Jay Z ($42 million, tie)

No. 18: One Direction ($42 million, tie)

No. 20: Dr. Dre ($40 million, tie)

No. 20: Red Hot Chili Peppers ($40 million, tie)

No. 22: The Rolling Stones ($39-million, tie)

No. 22: Katy Perry ($39 million, tie)

No. 24: Tim McGraw ($33 million, tie)

No. 25: Pink ($32 million, tie)

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