Country music's top earners of 2014
A look at Forbes' list of 2014's country cash kings.
Country cash winners
Who earned the most this year? Click on to find out.
The "Red Solo Cup" king made the number one spot with an astounding $65 million.
The only female singer to make it onto Forbes' list earned $64 million.
Chesney comes in at number 3 with $44 million.
Aldean earns a spot on Forbes' list with $37 million in earnings.
Bryan made $34 million, landing him in the top five.
Zac Brown Band
The Zac Brown Band, posing here with their Grammy award for Best Country Album for "Uncaged" backstage at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, brought in $29 million.
"American Idol" judge Urban made $28 million this year. Not too bad!
(L-R) Jay DeMarcus, Gary LeVox and Joe Don Rooney of the group Rascal Flatts brought in a cool $27 million this year.
The singer, who wrapped up his final tour this year, will have a nice $26 million to add to his retirement fund.
Florida Georgia Line
Brian Kelley (L) and Tyler Hubbard of the country pop group Florida Georgia Line made $24 million.
McGraw is number 11 at $23.5 million in earnings this year.
"The Voice" coach brought in a total of $23 million this year.
The "Riverbank" singer tied with Shelton at $23 million.