The Big Dog Daddy has a big dog bank account.
For the second year in a row, Toby Keith topped Forbes' new list of the Highest Paid Country Musicians for 2014.
The country star turned savvy businessman brought home a whopping $65 million over the past 12 months, edging out country darling Taylor Swift’s $64 million payday last year.
Kenny Chesney took $44 million to the bank and ranks third.
Rounding out the Top 5 are Jason Aldean with $37 million and Luke Bryan with $34 million.
Forbes bases its figures on record sales, shows, endorsement deals and investments in other businesses.
Check out the complete list to see where George Strait, Blake Shelton and more land below.
- Toby Keith - $65 million
- Taylor Swift - $64 million
- Kenny Chesney - $44 million
- Jason Aldean - $37 million
- Luke Bryan - $34 million
- Zac Brown Band - $29 million
- Keith Urban - $28 million
- Rascal Flatts - $27 million
- George Strait - $26 million
- Florida Georgia Line - $24 million
- Tim McGraw - $23.5 million
- Blake Shelton - $23 million (tie)
- Brad Paisley - $23 million (tie)
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After gigs in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, Cody made it to the major leagues at age 23 when he landed in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas. He's been honored at the Grand Ole Opry, featured in USA Today, GQ Magazine, People Country and Country Weekly; and has been seen on E! News, as well as HLN. Cody has been named Radio and Records Music Director of the Year five times, while Billboard magazine and the Radio Music Awards honored him with the annual title as well.
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