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2010 Forbes.com Music High Earners: U2 Tops the List

June 13, 2015 by · 1 Comment 

Forbes.com already revealed this year’s Music High Earners and the U2 topped in the list. The band earned $130m (£84.9m) in the past 12 months. The group is having their global 360 tour in support of their album No Line on the Horizon.

Following then in the second spot is Rockers AC/DC with $114m (£74.5m) followed by Beyonce Knowles on $87m (£56.8m). Following in the fourth place is Bruce Springsteen with $70m (£45.7m). Amazingly, singer Britney Spears was in fifth place with $64m (£41.8m) while Knowles’s husband Jay-Z was in sixth place with $63m (£41.1m) followed by Lady Gaga with $62m (£40.5m).

Up to this time, Madonna is still alive and kicking in the music industry and placed eighth while the British band Coldplay finished in joint 10th alongside the Black Eyed Peas.

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  1. […] the Horizon” did not do so well in the charts but the band is the biggest live act last year as its 360º world tour has now garnered top spot earning $ 130 Million. This merely consolidates their status as the ‘biggest band in the world’ today, surpassing […]



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