Her latest album may be "Red," but Taylor Swift is rolling in green.

The pop-country star was the music industry's highest-earning artist of 2013, Billboard announced, giving her the No. 1 slot on its annual Money Makers list.

Focusing on U.S. revenues, the list took into account money from tours, physical and digital sales, and royalties from music and video streaming. Here are the Top 10:

1. Taylor Swift: $39.7M

"Feelin' 22" must feel pretty good when you're spinning young-love heartbreak into gold. Swift took home $30 million from the U.S. stops on her global "Red" tour last year, the highest touring revenue of all artists on the list. (Credit: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for TAS)

2. Kenny Chesney: $33M

The country star took in nearly $33 million
The country star took in nearly $33 million for his album "Life on a Rock" and his "No Shoes Nation" tour. (Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

3. Justin Timberlake: $31.5M

It's been a busy year for JT: He
It's been a busy year for JT: He released both parts of his two-album comeback, "The 20/20 Experience," launched a world tour of the same name and took some time on the side tour with Jay-Z for "Legends of the Summer." (Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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4. Bon Jovi: $29.4M

They're
They're "Livin' on a Prayer" and a whole lot of cash: The band's "Because We Can" was the top-grossing tour of 2013, taking in more than $205 million total over 90 sold-out shows. (Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images for SiriusXM)

5. The Rolling Stones: $26.2M

The Stones continue to get satisfacton in their
The Stones continue to get satisfacton in their wallets , thanks to a sold-out 50th anniversary tour and over 1.5 million track downloads from their greatest-hits collection, "Grrr! (Credit: Neville Hopwood/Getty Images)

6. Beyoncé: $24.4M

From the Super Bowl halftime show to the
From the Super Bowl halftime show to the "Mrs. Carter Show" world tour to the release of a surprise album on iTunes, Queen Bey has certainly earned her title. (Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

7. Maroon 5: $22.3M

A string of hit singles --
A string of hit singles -- "Daylight," "Pay Phone," "One More Night," -- earned the band almost as much as royalties on their past albums, but the bulk of Maroon 5's earnings came from gigs like the headliners' slot of the Honda Civic Tour. (Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NARAS)

8. Luke Bryan: $22.1M

You know you're having a good year when
You know you're having a good year when snagging the Entertainer of the Year title at the Academy of Country Music awards isn't even the most impressive part: Bryan also co-hosted the awards, took home $15.4 million from touring and sold 7.6 million digital tracks. (Credit: Jerry Markland/Getty Images)

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9. P!nk: $20.1M

With two hits -
With two hits - "Try" and "Just Give Me a Reason" -- cracking the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100, it's no wonder that Billboard's 2013 Woman of the Year earned $15.1 million from the U.S. segment of her world tour. (Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

10. Fleetwood Mac: $19.1M

It's easy to
It's easy to "Go Your Own Way" if it leads straight to the bank. Last year saw the release of these classic rock veterans' first album in more than 10 years, "Extended Play," and a 34-city world tour that earned them $17.4 million. (Credit: Brian Killian/Getty Images)