Top 10 artists on Forbes' list of highest-paid musicians 2016

Collectively, the 30 listed musicians earned more than $1.8 billion this year

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Madonna, whose recent "Rebel Heart" tour grossed $170 million, was fourth with $76.5 million.

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Barbados-born Rihanna, who earned $75 million made it to the fifth spot.

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Calvin Harris, the world's highest paid DJ in 2015 was ninth in the list with $63 million.

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Veteran rock band AC/DC had $67.5 million in the bag, stood seventh.

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The English-Irish pop band, One Direction which brought in $110 million, grossing $200 million-plus for its recent On The Road Again Tour was second on the list.

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American country singer and songwriter, Garth Brooks was sixth with $70 million

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Rolling Stones, the English rock band, earned $66.5 million and held the eight spot.

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Music mogul Diddy earned $62 million and was tenth is the Forbes' list.

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Ranking third was "Hello" singer Adele, 28, with $80.5 million, her highest earnings total yet.

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With earnings of $170 million from touring, recordings, endorsements and other income, Swift, 26, earned the title of 2016's highest-paid musician.