While country music's biggest stars have proven that they can win over fans (and rake in the cash) on tour and through album sales, for some, their talents aren't limited simply to releasing music: They're entrepreneurs, too!

Some artists' side hustles are focused on their favorite libations (or, in Willie Nelson's case, his favorite smokable pursuit), while other stars have opted to further their careers through TV shows or clothing lines. Whatever business they've chosen to go into, these singers have proven that starting a lucrative side gig isn't just a good way to share another one of their passions with fans, it's also a smart way to diversify their sources of income.

Read on to learn more about 10 country artists' "second jobs."