KENNY'S A FORBES FORCE

Kenny Chesney finds himself among some legendary names on the Forbes magazine Top Ten Music Money Makers for 2005.

The country superstar raked in around $110 million dollars—taking into account record sales and touring revenue made in the United States—to rank third on the prestigious list. Right in front of Kenny are two rock 'n' roll icons: the Rolling Stones and U2. Other big names on the list include Paul McCartney and Celine Dion. Kenny looks to continue that string of success as his 2006 "The Road and the Radio" Tour kicks off March 23 in Dayton, Ohio.

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