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Billboard Reveal 2018’s 50 Highest-Paid Musicians

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The 50 highest-paid musicians according to Billboard are in – and twenty one pilots, Green Day, Metallica, Panic! At The Disco and more all feature on the list.

Unsurprisingly, Tallica have ranked the highest in terms of rock and metal bands, landing at number three in the list (beaten only by U2 and Garth Brooks), while Guns N’ Roses earned the number eight spot. 

Further down the list, Green Day’s Revolution Radio tour have put them as the 40th highest-earners; twenty one pilots are at 44 (thanks to an impressive 1.8 billion streams), and Panic! are at number 47, having been streamed 1.2 billion times, as well as earning $5.9 million through touring Death Of A Bachelor. Wow.

See the full reveal right here, and head on over to this link to see how the list was determined.

Posted on July 23rd 2018, 11:33a.m.
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