U2, Bon Jovi and Elton John land in the Top 3 positions of Forbes' list of the World's 25 Highest-Paid Musicians List, about a month after appearing on the money magazine's Celebrity 100 Power List.

U2 topped the list, which tracked earnings from May 2010 through May 2011, with $195 million. The band took home most of that money from their record-breaking 360 world tour.

Bon Jovi came in at No. 2 with $125 million, while John took the third spot with an even $100 million. Other classic-rock artists to make the list are Paul McCartney at No. 6 ($67 million); the Eagles at No. 8 ($60 million); Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at No. 16 ($38 million); and AC/DC at No. 18 ($35 million).

The classic-rock acts find themselves on the tally alongside such pop artists as Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas and Justin Bieber. Check out the full list of top musical money-makers below.

Forbes' Complete List of the World's 25 Highest-Paid Musicians:

1. U2 ($195 million)
2. Bon Jovi ($125 million)
3. Elton John ($100 million)
4. Lady Gaga ($90 million)
5. Michael Buble ($70 million)
6. Paul McCartney ($67 million)
7. Black Eyed Peas ($61 million)
8. The Eagles ($60 million)
9. Justin Bieber ($53 million)
10. Dave Matthews Band ($51 million)
11. Toby Keith ($50 million)
12. Usher ($46 million)
13. Taylor Swift $45 million)
14. Katy Perry ($44 million)
15. Brad Paisley ($40 million)
16. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers ($38 million)
17. Jay-Z ($38 million)
18. AC/DC ($35 million)
18. Sean "Diddy" Combs ($35 million)
18. Beyonce ($35 million)
18. Tim McGraw ($35 million)
18. Muse ($35 million)
23. Rascal Flatts ($34 million)
24. Kenny Chesney ($30 million)
25. Rihanna ($29 million)