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The World’s Highest-Paid Country Music Stars in Today’s Nashville Insider

 

Forbes Magazine is out with their list of the highest earning country stars

1 Luke Bryan $52 million

2 Garth Brooks $45.5 million

3 Kenny Chesney $37 million

4 Zac Brown Band $31 million

5 Blake Shelton $28 million

6 Florida Georgia Line $27 million

7 Jason Aldean $23 million

8 Toby Keith $22 million

9 Brad Paisley $20 million

10 Dolly Parton $19 million

Luke Bryan tells HollywoodLife.com that he and his wife, Caroline Boyer, have a coffee date every morning. “We do little nights out together. One Valentine’s Day, we got each other’s initials tattooed on our ring fingers! We have coffee in the morning, just Caroline and me. It’s my favorite time of the day; anytime we can have 30 minutes to talk, it’s just great.”

Morgan Evans tells TheMusic.com that he doesn’t want to be surrounded by ‘Yes Men’. “It’s really important to work with people I trust. Everyone at the signing tent was like ‘Great show! Great show! Great show!’ Which is awesome… but it’s great to work with people that are like, ‘Great show, but I think you could’ve done this better.’”

Blake Shelton got sentimental yesterday when he told People magazine that his friends are his heroes. “I find that as time goes by, my definition of a hero changes. My heroes have started to become my good friends. You start to find out, the older you get — I guess we all do — that a really good friend is a pretty rare thing to have in your life. That person. I’ve gotta say that the handful of really close friends that I have, those are my heroes. They’re the ones that will just drop everything to be there for you if they need to be. I hold them high.”

Thomas Rhett tells Music Mayhem magazine that ‘Life Changes’ is very personal to him. “This song is super personal and reflects exactly how much things have changed for me in the past year. Having the girls out on tour has changed what being on the road looks like for me…it just seems to keep getting more and more fun. And, I think the fans might even cheer louder for them than me.”

Carrie Underwood tells US Weekly that she needs coffee before she starts writing music. “That whole creative process is such a weird thing. I go in and I’m like caffeinated. I get jacked up on caffeine and then I come home and crash.”